THE Zimbabwe Theatre Association will showcase the 2014 Nama award-winning stage play Half Empty, Half Full tomorrow at the Bulawayo theatre.
Bulawayo play enthusiasts will be in for a thrill featuring Teddy Mangawa and Tafadzwa Hanandah which kicks off at 5:30pm.
The play, directed by Mncedisi Shabangu, follows two village friends Teddy and Tafadwa who grew apart only to be reunited by fate.
They decide to migrate to the city, but on their way, they hear of the diamond rush and their hearts yearn for riches while their dreams swell with greed.
However, both friends are also in love, Teddy with his fiancé Vimbai and Tafadzwa with his ailing sister.
The two face a dilemma to follow their dreams or sacrifice and stay in the village with their loved ones.
In the end they choose different paths. The river has run dry — it is half empty or half full.