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Make a Joyful Noise by Brenda Ibarah | Tebere Arts Podcast

In this captivating episode, ‘Make a Joyful Noise’ by Brenda Ibarah comes to life in an audio play directed by Duncan Lubwama and brought to you by a talented cast featuring Alex Kitaka, Dorothy Tumuhirwe, Micheal Tamale, and Hope Ubia. Edited by the skilled Opuru Charles and with brilliant sound design by David Kitasimbwa, this production is a testament to the power of storytelling.

The episode takes us to a church where a passionate pastor leads his congregation in worship. However, the sounds from a nearby bar and club threaten to drown out their voices. Despite the distractions, the pastor’s unwavering encouragement keeps the congregation focused on their praise of Jesus. 

But the unexpected happens when the power suddenly goes out. The church’s generator runs out of fuel, and it’s the club’s generator that springs to life, with the energetic hype man amplifying the revelry even more. It’s a true test of resilience and hope as these two worlds collide in a clash of sound and spirit.

‘Make a Joyful Noise’ is a powerful audio play that explores the theme of hope and the determination to keep going when faced with unexpected challenges. This episode is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, reminding us that even in the midst of chaos, there is always a way to make a joyful noise.”

Brought to you by the Tebere Arts Foundation and supported by Pro Helvetia Johannesburg, the Swiss Arts Council, this episode is a unique and memorable experience for all audio drama enthusiasts.

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