Port Moresby Arts Theatre

Arts theatre program boosted with K8,000

This festival is an avenue for youths to express their hearts and minds and further propagate awareness on today’s social issues in the communities on violence, gender equality, religion, drugs and bullying.

“BSP as a community orientated bank is delighted to lend a hand as co-sponsors of the event to help support an event that adds so much value to the communities through awareness and community empowerment,” says BSP Corporate Sponsorship Manager, Amelia Minnopu.

Tiny girl roars like a lion in PNG play ‘Meisoga’

Despite her tender years, she leads them on great journeys and epic battles with other tribes. Her name is Sine Kepu.

She lived over a thousand years ago but her clan still survives today on the island of Misima, as does her legend.

In the play, Sine Kepu is portrayed by Hananiah Dickson, a 17-year old PNG national whose tiny frame belies the dynamic, powerful presence she brings to the stage.

Ms Dickson enjoys playing the lead role in the play, a tale of the Meisoga people in Milne Bay written by 16-year old student Andrew Kuliniasi.