Ebo Whyte goes to Burma Camp for next play
For the first time, patrons of Uncle Ebo Whyte led Roverman Productions will watch his next play, For Girls-The Spell at the Burna Hall, Burma Camp after 15 years of showing his plays at the National Theatre.
The new location has become necessary following the unavailability of the National Theatre on December 2, 3, 8, 9 and 10 when the play show.
According to the Media Liaison for Roverman Productions, Nii Saki Sackey, his outfit has taken the necessary measures including offering discounts to patrons on Yango and shuttles will be available to transport patrons from 37 to the venue.
Since 2008, popular playwright, Ebo Whyte has successfully boost interest in theatre in the country using his quarterly productions.
Play after play in every quater, Uncle Ebo as he is fondly has set the agenda for discussion on pertinent subjects in the society.
This year, the latest play ‘For Girls - The Spell’ will be the fourth by Roverman Productions after Just the Tip, I Like What You Like and Naked in Bed.
Last year, plays such as I Slept with Your Wife and Husband Material 7 Yards drew huge patrons to the National Theatre. He Said, She Said marked his 50th play at the National Theatre.