'Caution! Women at Work' shows at National Theatre

BY: Jayne Buckman-Owoo
Fiifi Coleman on 'Caution! Women at Work'
Fiifi Coleman

FIIFI Coleman Productions with the support of My Random Act of Kindness, a charity organisation, is set to thrill the nation with Caution! Women at Work a theatre play,  produced by an all-female cast.

Caution! Women at Work is by Fiifi Coleman and written by Anna Hanson will show on the May 13 and 14 at the National Theatre at 8pm each night.

The all female cast include Naa Ashorkor, Roselyn Felli, Dzifa Sogbe, Sitsofe Tsikor, Mavis Ama Abrokwah Appiah, Jackline Ama Ansah, Elizabeth Baffour Awuah and Josephine Gabriella Tawiah.

What do women talk about, when by themselves, when not fearing judgement?

Caution! Women at Work has an uncensored plot that dares into the world of women by addressing critical topics from sexual harrassment, women’s rights, body-shaming, female sexuality and psychology, mental health, financial independence to motherhood.

This is the story at play when eight phenomenally and completely different women find themselves locked up under the same roof for a day.

Left with no choice than to make the most out of the twenty- four hours, a condescending comment triggers a series of unconventional conversations, leading to several startling revelations as each woman is forced to confront their individual prejudices as women, society’s stereotypes and the various limitations they each face as today’s women.

The play addresses the typical hardcore issues often discussed by women, but purely in secret, for which most would dare not even concede from the dirtiest darkest secrets, thoughts, guilty pleasures, to the several unimaginable.

Other works by Fiifi Coleman Productions include Still A Rose, Fowls for Sale, Prison Graduates and You Play Me, I Play You.