And Then Came Spring
Jo Kukathas, Artistic Director, Instant Cafe Theatre Company | Saleh Sepas, Co-Founder, Parastoo Theatre
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The community theatre play "And Then Came Spring" centres on the life of a child bride in Kabul, who is abandoned by her husband after she has their baby, and his decision sets
off a chain of events that changes everyone’s lives forever. The play is a collaborative effort between refugee community-funded theatre group Parastoo Theatre and the Instant Cafe Theatre Company. We find out more from Saleh Sepas, the co-founder of Parastoo Theatre and director of this play, and Jo Kukathas, the Artistic Director of the Instant Cafe Theatre and dramaturg of the play.
If you’d like to be a supporter of this production, find out more both here and here. For details on how to purchase tickets for the performance, click here.
Image credit: Parastoo Theatre / Instant Cafe Theatre Company
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: performing arts
Tags: Parastoo Theatre, community theatre, Saleh Sepas, refugee theatre, the bigger picture, front row, the instant cafe theatre company, jo kukathas,