The 5Cs Human Rights Theatre Company
Over the years, IPAT has financially supported the 5Cs
to continue with their theatre performances.
The 5Cs have no any other form of support, other than its dependency
on other human rights organisations and networks in Kenya.
The 5Cs kind of performances which are also referred to as popular theatre tend to be free,
as opposed to purely entrainment theatre that makes a little money from it.
The support that the 5Cs has received from IPAT has seen the group grow immensely, since members are able to attend meetings,
continue with their performances and also be bale to feed their children,
without really feeling like the work they are doing is totally free.
IPAT support goes along way in helping many others.
Our target audience benefit a lot since the group is there, not because they are paid,
but because they love doing what they do for the community, and that is Theatre.
We create our own songs and dances that are particularly tailor made to fit a certain set of people,
or according to the communities’ immediate needs.
DAGGER † DRAWN