The Ghana Chapter of the International Theatre Institute (ITI-Ghana) has marked the World Theatre Day with the aim of finding new ways to entertain the masses during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Akosua Abdallah, President of ITI-Ghana in a statement, assured all Ghanaians and citizens of the world that, they are with them during these difficult times.
She said it was their responsibility to come up with alternative ways to reach children, the aged, and the disabled, the sick and the healthy as the quest to inform and educate them.
“It is in times like this that we need to “touch” someone’s heart and soul.
“That’s what we as performers and members of the ITI-Ghana chapter do and would continue through all times. Now more than ever, we need to put our creative and imaginative prowess into practice.
“It falls on us to find new ways to use the theatrical art as a conduit to reach people regardless of how far or close they may be,” the statement said.
The statement encouraged people not to panic but rather stay positive and spread clam as well as adhering to the health guidelines.