FINAL year theatre arts students at the University of Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby staged their final year drama production last Friday at the Ullie Beier auditorium.
Written by fourth year theatre arts students and inspired from the Milne Bay society, the play depicted the life of witches and how they come out during the full moon and kill people by eating their hearts.
The play is called “blood debt” and things start to get ugly when the queen of witches eats the heart of a man and initiates the other witch to kill another and at the end three people are dead with yet many more debts to pay.
Final year student and play stage manager Serina Kamia told The National that the play was assessed with their individual tasks assigned by their lecturers Motsy David and Martin Tony.
“The play makes up 60% of our marks,” she said.
The final year theatre arts students are Serina Kamia, Lucy Afara, Stailon Kila, Nadia Parascos, Igo Ovia, June Dibela, Noralyne Charles and Morris Same.