Terra Kulture Arena once again played host to the second rendition of the highly anticipated stage play “Motherland the Musical,” this time for the Easter break. The show was a resounding success, filling up the arena for four days with eight shows that took place at 3 pm and 7 pm respectively. The musical was no easy feat, but Bolanle Austen-Peters, the stage play specialist and an exceptional director, made it seem seamless, driven by her passion for the theatre and an unwavering commitment to excellence. This rendition of Motherland the Musical was a response to the smashing successes of the first rendition during Christmas, which left audiences begging for more.
Easter Friday, day 1 (3pm and 7pm):
Easter Friday kicked off with two shows at 3 pm and 7 pm, and the excitement was palpable. The cast and crew executed their roles to perfection, capturing the audience’s hearts from the very first moment. The live band, visualizations, and stage lighting performances gave the audience their money’s worth and more, making it an unforgettable experience for everyone in attendance.
Saturday, day 2 (3pm and 7pm):
On Easter Saturday, the excitement was still high as the cast and crew delivered another stunning performance. The musical was filled with emotional, adaptive, dynamic, relevant, modern, daring, and well-organized choreography, keeping the audience captivated throughout. The standout performance from Helen Paul as Mrs. Yakubu was exceptional, showcasing the caliber of talent that Terra Kulture consistently attracts.
Easter Sunday, day 3 (3pm and 7pm):
Easter Sunday was no different as the cast and crew delivered a spectacular show for both the 3 pm and 7 pm performances. Despite the mayhem in the country and the hardships that came with it, the turnout for the show was impressive. The crew ensured that all guests were verified and seated, while the TAFTA alumni contributed to the smooth running of the show, leaving a lasting impression on everyone.
Monday Holiday, Day 4 (3pm and 7pm):
The final day of the Easter break, which was a public holiday, also witnessed two more spectacular performances from the cast and crew of Motherland the Musical. The show had a staggering amount of exceptionally talented performers, who put in their best effort to make the show an outstanding success. As the show came to a close, the audience left the arena with unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.
In conclusion, the second rendition of Motherland the Musical was a resounding success, with Bolanle Austen-Peters and her team once again delivering an unforgettable experience to the audience. As we wrap up this show, we invite everyone to look forward to our new movie, “Funmilayo Ransome Kuti,” which promises to be another blockbuster production. Stay connected to our social media platforms and register for our newsletter to be the first to watch the full footage of the show. We want to thank everyone who attended the show and the TAFTA alumni for their exceptional contributions to the show’s
success. Terra Kulture remains committed to showcasing the best of Nigerian art and culture, and we look forward to bringing you more exceptional productions in the future