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Stage Play Review: Kobina Ansah’s “Tribeless”, A Pot Full Of Lessons

If you’ve ever been thrilled by a product of a known production, nothing stops you for going for it! And for the very fact that stage play on any day is relatively demanding and requires dexterity, even the initiative to have a commitment of doing so must be commended. Writer and director Kobina Ansah has our applause by being consistent ...

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Stage Play Review: Uncle Ebo Whyte’s “The Comeback” With LED Screens and a Million Reasons To Laugh

It’s clear Roverman Productions refuses to let go of their hold as being one of the foremost theater production houses in Ghana. Sticking to their tradition of quarterly plays, they return this 3rd quarter of 2017 with another exciting play “The Comeback”. The comeback is a comedy filled play about a professional footballer who returns home on injury after playing ...

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Stage Play Review: Nyansapo Productions Pulls it off with “The Laddder”

Hardwork and dedication can never go unnoticed if you ask anyone who made it to last night’s staging of “The Ladder“ at the National Theatre by Nyansapo Productions. After getting served an Accra High Court injunction that legally prevents them from staging their initially advertised “National Science and Math’s Quiz Stage play” only a day before, anyone would have thought ...

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Stage Play: The “Prison Graduates”- As told by April Communications

We certainly had an awesome time last night at April Communications’ latest production “Prison Graduates”. This would be their third consecutive production we’ve gotten to see and as the saying goes… “It only gets better with time”. For us we are excited by the idea that the average Ghanaian is getting more and more comfortable patronizing stage productions and it ...

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Stage Play Review: “Embers of Love” – Another Win for Germinal Consult.

Barbra and Joe an everyday couple who are having trouble conceiving. Joe has a moment of weakness that results in him getting a total stranger pregnant. How would Barbra take this and what effect does it have on their marriage? This is basically the main plot of this Nii Mantse directed stage play. Certainly, this was an intriguing stage play ...

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Stage Play: Roverman Productions Starts the Year with “Blackmail”

If you know Uncle Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team then of course you know that they grace us every quarter with a new stage play. From as far back as 2008 this has become more like a tradition we’ve come to love and always look forward to. Sticking to that tradition, they present to us lovers and believers ...

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Stage play: Somewhere in Africa, Adapted For Theater.

If you are familiar with the waves Frank Rajah Arase’s Somewhere in Africa created some time back in 2011, then you would be as eager as we were to see this play. It received 7 nominations at the 9th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2013, but only managed to take away only the Best Actor in a Leading Role which ...

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Stage Play: Red Hot Mamas … On a Legon Stage.

It’s exciting to know that there are a young crop of talented folk out there who love the theater arts are ready to give their all to ensure that stage productions are kept alive in this country.  Last night, we witnessed the opening night of Red Hot Mamas being staged by IV Productions and it was indeed an opening worthy ...

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Stage Play: “Rejected” Another One From Uncle Ebo Whyte

One could think Uncle Ebo Whyte would have used this opportunity to tell some political themed story considering that we only a few days to our general elections. But, No, he chose to speak on a much bigger subject, Love. It takes a certain level of dedication and hard work to be able to compete with and challenge your own ...

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Stage Play: Dinner For Promotion, Another April Communications, Win.

Progress is measurable, and progress must be appreciated! Ghmoviefreak.com has seen other plays of same production and we would objectively say that there has been great improvement. Saturday nights drive to the National Theatre was definitely not a waste after being served with 2hours of well cooked humor and action on the “Dinner for Promotion’ another excellent production from April ...

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