‘HEARTBEAT’, a musical centered on love and redemption, is set for a return to the stage. This time around, the musical conceived by Olu Jacobs & Joke Silva’s Lufodo Productions will be showing at Terra Kulture, Lagos. The story-line of Heartbeat is built around Grace House, a popular Lagos shelter for homeless persons. Grace House is caught in between personal and political conflicts, and the residents must rally and unite to save the shelter As done with the previous production, Heartbeat explores the themes of love, hate, betrayal, family, identity, politics, homelessness and
social justice through the characters who converge in and around Grace House in search of refuge and atonement. The soundtrack employed for the musical include different genres; classical, African contemporary (Afro-pop), African highlife, musical poetry and the traditional musical theatre style. ‘Heartbeat: Love and Redemption’ will be showing on May 24, 28 and 29. The musical is directed by Najite Dede, written by Tosin Otudeko and Debo Oluwatuminu while music is by Tosin Otudeko and Efosa Lawal.

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