New generation stage productions powerhouse Superfam Network is set to bring to theatre lovers another hilarious production titled ‘Our Day’.
After 3 hours of becoming Mrs Coleman, Abigail is asking for a divorce. What at all could warrant this decision on her biggest day?
This stage play features Jeneral Ntatia, Daniel Delong, Caleb Nii Boye, Mcpratt Dadzie and some new faces including Gadede, Shacore, Mc_Adjah and many others.
The audience and attendees are not going to be left out as they are going to be an integral part of the production.
Yes, the audience have a role to play in the production and their costume for the day is A TOUCH OF WHITE! As such all patrons are entreated to attend this production in a touch of white to better complement the experience.
This would be the first time in the history of Commercial Theatre in Ghana that a production house requests that all their patrons or audience dress in a particular color.
This stage play is helmed by the talented stage director of numerous successful plays such as Accra We Dey, Are We Safe? and the recently sold-out post-pandemic convention, Arsenal Again? The Oxygyn of all theater/comedy production in the country presently, Francis “Oxygyn” Tetteh Nutakor is at work again and promises a mind-blowing experience. The Play is powered by one of the leading names in production management, comic skits and stage production management; SUPERFAM NETWORK. Do well to block the 4th of June, 2022, Saturday, as your Official Our Day at the National Theatre. First showing is at exactly 4 pm and 8 pm for the second show at cool 80 cedis.
DISCLAIMER: Patrons are advised to come with extra ribs for they are bound to laugh till OUR DAY hoist the banner of happiness on the most important issue of a serious nature.
For Purchases of tickets, kindly dial *447 *1059 on all networks [NO E LEVY CHARGES] Alternatively, reach out to the Account Officer; Desmond on 0506780720.
Other information on sponsorship and others kindly reach out to the Production Manager; Mawuli on 0558253531.