Lilliput stages Gobblin’ this weekend

Gobblin’ is a comical look at greed and corruption in the world today from a Gobblin’ perspective. The Gobblins inhabit a society of calumny and conspiracy, where might is right and the winner takes all and the devil takes the hindmost.

Gobblin’ depicts a mischievous, ugly, dwarf-like creature of folklore, now come to life as a contemporary self-absorbed, self-contemptuous, narcissistic creature of insatiable appetite and unbridled ambition fuelled by ego, insecurity, hyper competitiveness, malice and spite and a gargantuan disdain for humanity.

Lilliput encourages self-confidence and builds strong minds through the challenge of theatre, game play and imagination, sad a media release. With its distinctive approach to instructing dance and drama, the company continues to harnesses the performing arts as a medium to help shape and build character of our youth.

The company is known for staging thought-provoking productions that challenge audiences to visage alternative political, social and cultural views. The young thespians have risen to the challenge of creating and scripting a play from the creative concepts of costume designer, Merylle Mahabir, the release stated. Through this process, creative writing is used to explore sophisticated ideas as an integral part of their writing process. Under the tutelage of the talented Wendell Manwarren, with the support of drama tutors Elisha Efau Bartels and Tonya Evans, Gobblin’ promises to entertain, excite and thrill it’s audience.

The production runs from May 19 to 21 and show times are 7.30 pm on May 19 and 5.30pm on May 20 and 21.

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