Double S, a play that explores the struggles of a young couple who did not take the pain to know their genotypes until it was time for them to tie the knot is set to hit the stage on Saturday, December 17 at the Christ the King Parish Hall, Cantonments, Accra.
The play presents two young couple who are at crossroads in their relationship and wants to part ways due to their genetic incompatibility which prevents them from getting married.
However, they have no choice than to go ahead with the marriage since they have done a blood covenant.
In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, the playwright Kuta Body Alone said the play raises awareness on the need for prospective partners to know their genotype compatibility before taking marital decisions.
He emphasised that young couples frequently disregard this important factors and endanger the lives of innocent children who are bedeviled with many health complications.
“This play's main goal is to raise awareness about people taking keen interest in determining their genotype compatibility. The issue of children suffering as a result of mistakes their parents could have easily avoided is extremely concerning.
“Most young people who fall head over heels in love and decide to get married don't really think about their genotype until they are far gone in the relationship and are ready to let it plague them.
“The play's main message is to make people aware of how crucial it is to address these issues before they get too involved in a relationship,” he stated.
Double S, which is a major stage play by Kuta Body Alone, features a cast made up of John Azanu, Nana Ama Agyakwa, Abigail Sowu and Rosa Mensah.