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Roverman starts 2023 with Just The Tip tomorrow
The cast of 'Just the Tip' play

Roverman starts 2023 with Just The Tip tomorrow

FOR the past 14 years, playwright Uncle Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team have been serving theatre audience with quarterly plays.


Last year, plays such as I Slept With Your Wife and Husband Material 7 Yards drew huge patrons to the National Theatre.

Roverman Productions returns this weekend with the play in the first quarter of the year 2023 titled, Just The Tip.

The latest play will be premiered at the National Theatre tomorrow, March 24.

Written by Uncle Ebo Whyte, the play is a story about Barbara and Doc whose relationship is objected by his parents.

Failure of their parents to accept their relationship denies them the opportunity to get married.

Years down the line, the real reason comes out among other bizarre revelations that prove that the worth of family sometimes depends on one person’s ability to keep quiet and take it all in.

Just The Tip is a play about restoration, revelations and a man’s resolve to keep his family together, no matter the circumstances.

Just The Tip, sponsored by Ebony condoms, Gino Tomato Mix and GCB Bank PLC starts showing at the National Theatre from Friday, March 24 to Sunday, April 2.

It will come off on Fridays at 7 pm only, Saturdays at 4 pm and 8 pm, and Sundays at 1 pm, 4 pm and 8 pm.

Early bird tickets for Just the Tip are available till today, Thursday, March 23 at GHc150 each, after which a ticket moves to GHC200.

In the third quarter of 2022, Uncle Ebo and his team marked 50th production with He Said, She Said in September.

This was after they had thrilled theatre patrons with a number of plays over the years including ‘What Dad Left Behind’, ‘Devil’s Wife’, ‘Different Shades of Women’, ‘He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not’, ‘Life is Someway’ and ‘The Day Dad Came’.

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