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Saro the Musical returns

04 December 2014, 21:40

Lagos - The critically acclaimed Saro: The Musical makes its return to the stage this December, reports All Africa

The musical which was the first of its kind in Nigeria premiered in  2013 in an  ambitious Broadway-style showpiece to a Nigerian audience.

The  show piece  will thrill the audience made up of a 100-man cast that will thrill the audience from December, 24th to 28th.

Also read:'Theatre artists should step up performance'

All taking place at the prestigious Shell Hall, Muson Center, Lagos.

This year's show  is expected to involve a fusion of jazz, afro-beat, hip-hop, highlife, juju, apala, and such other contemporary Nigerian music genres with the acting.

Saro  is a 14-act musical that tells the  inspiring story of the journey to success in a city filled with broken dreams.

Read more at All Africa

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