Batalo East’s  To Launch New Play Dubbed “NAMBI”

Batalo East’s To Launch New Play Dubbed “NAMBI”

The stage is set for an unparalleled theatrical spectacle as Batalo East Production House proudly presents “NAMBI AFRICAN SHIELD MAIDENS .” This vibrant theater dance production is poised to redefine the boundaries of artistic expression by seamlessly blending the essence of tradition with the dynamic energy of urban influences. The captivating performance is scheduled to grace the iconic National Theater stage from August 25th to 27th.

An Artistic Tapestry of Tradition and Urban Dynamism
“NAMBI” emerges as a true masterpiece that defies convention, weaving together the intricate threads of Ugandan heritage with the vivacious pulse of urban culture. This extraordinary fusion comes to life under the spotlight, as the remarkably talented performers who made it through auditions (Batalo is an organization, not a dance group) showcase their unparalleled skill, boundless passion, and incredible versatility through an enthralling interplay of theater and dance.

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A Production that Transcends Time and Place
The production, under the direction of Lillian Maximillian Nabaggala, embarks on a journey that explores the intricate dance between time-honored tradition and the ever-evolving urban landscape. Drawing inspiration from ancient folklore, “NAMBI” weaves a captivating narrative that reflects the delicate balance between preserving heritage and embracing the spirit of modern innovation.

Visionary Insights from Nabaggala Lillian Maxmillian
Nabaggala Lillian Maxmillian, the visionary force behind this groundbreaking creation, eagerly anticipates bringing “NAMBI AFRICAN SHIELD MAIDENS ” to the prestigious stage of the National Theater Kampala. She shares, “Through this mesmerizing theater dance spectacle, we endeavor to bridge the gap between tradition and urban themes. We celebrate the captivating allure of our cultural heritage while embracing the pulsating dynamism of contemporary society.”

A Symphony of Talent and Creativity
Featuring an ensemble cast of extraordinary dance artists, including Nambooze Haula, Natabi Salaama, Nakato Racheal, Kaweesa Shanta, and Nabaggala L. Maximillian, and set to an evocative musical score by Izaya the composer, “NAMBI” promises an unforgettable immersion into the world of theater. The synergy between the performers’ talents and the awe-inspiring set design promises to transport audiences into a realm where tradition melds seamlessly with urban enthusiasm, inviting them to immerse themselves in the transformative power of dance and storytelling.

Tickets and Supporting the Arts
Audiences are encouraged to secure their tickets for “NAMBI: The African ShieldMaidens” through www.bataloeast.org or by contacting 0702 667680. Given the limited seating capacity and the tremendous anticipation surrounding this exceptional production, obtaining tickets in advance is strongly recommended.

Embark on an Extraordinary Journey
Join Batalo East on an extraordinary journey as they seamlessly unite tradition and urban influences in the extraordinary theater dance production, “NAMBI,” at the esteemed National Theater from August 25th to 27th, 2023. This is an unmissable opportunity to revel in the artistry, passion, and innovation that characterize Batalo East’s distinct creations.

About Batalo East:

Nestled within the picturesque Kaazi camping site in Busabala, Uganda, Batalo East stands as a dynamic creative force committed to transcending the boundaries of artistic expression. Serving as a hub for cultural exchange and collaboration, the organization curates pioneering theater, dance, and music performances. Rooted in the convergence of tradition and contemporary influences, Batalo East Production House leaves an indelible imprint on the tapestry of performing arts.

Lillian Maximillian Nabaggala: Shaping the Choreographic Vision
Lillian Maximillian Nabaggala, a dynamic Ugandan talent, boasts an impressive portfolio spanning choreography, dance, styling, and creative artistry. Her visionary approach has been instrumental in shaping the heart and soul of “NAMBI.” The ensemble embarked on this creative journey in May, working collaboratively with a dedicated team to craft a production that resonates with tradition’s essence while capturing the vivacity of the modern world.

Antonio Buka Ssebuuma’s Acknowledgment
Antonio Buka Ssebuuma, a vital member of the Batalo East committee, echoes the sentiment of awe towards the production’s ingenuity and the collective commitment that has brought “NAMBI” to fruition. He extends his special appreciation to choreographer Lilian Maximillian Nabaggala for pioneering a novel movement vocabulary that underscores the production’s dynamism and depth.

Diverse Contributors and a Plea for Support
Among the accomplished contributors, Natabi Salaama, known as Sarah, embodies the multifaceted essence of Ugandan life as a dancer, performer, and farmer. Kawesa Charlotte Shanita, a Congolese artist, amplifies the production’s cross-cultural resonance, illustrating the unifying power of the arts transcending borders. Racheal Nakato, a dance artist, youth facilitator, and media marketing administrator, is deeply grateful for being part of the cast, having dedicated 20 days of non-residence rehearsals and 20 days of residence rehearsals.
Namboze Haula, another dynamic artist, joined the production through auditions, and she is excited to deliver her best performance during the show. Notably, this marks her debut appearance in a theatrical production, and she is poised to make it unforgettable.
These exceptional contributors are united in the belief that “NAMBI” is destined for artistic greatness. They extend a passionate invitation to all Ugandans to rally behind this monumental endeavor and be part of this transformative artistic journey.

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