Babe, we need to talk

‘We need to talk’ Better yet, ‘Babe, we need to talk’ The significance of the term ‘babe’ in defining the differences between the two sentences might be the reason we are still not yet decided on why the chicken crossed the road. ‘We need to talk’ is used rather loosely no much value attached to…

Play Review (Thua Mwatu)

There is a scene in NCIS LA, where the cheeky Renée Felice Smith is asking her fellow team members what they wanted to be when they were five years old. Her mates reminisce in that childish sunny dispositions, how all they wanted to do was to visit Disney land, and other alike happy places children…

Play Review (Mboco Nange)

‘Matigio ma hiti mariagwo no hiti.’ That statement, though not sounding much out of context was my favourite line from the just concluded Nairobi edition of ‘Mboco Nange’  a Renegades Ventures production. ( FYI; I have not used that statement yet, but I am still on the look out for an argument that I will…

Play Review (Rugama Ringi)

The minute I saw the photos below of Humphrey and Pablo in a dress and high heels on the Fanaka Arts Facebook page, it was sold to me that I had to watch this play. These photos especially made it easier to choose what to play to watch, now that two of my preferred Kikuyu…