‘What’s My Name?’ at National Theatre

BY: Isaac Yeboah

Uncle Ebo WhyteThe National Theatre on June 1 and June 2, hosts a new work from the Roverman Productions stable titled: What’s My Name? Written and directed by Uncle Ebo Whyte, the play is centred around Dennis the smart alec.  He is convinced God never made a smarter person than him anywhere  as he tries to outwit everyone all the time to stay out of trouble.
Some of the guests who saw the play at an exclusive show last Thursday describe it as Ebo Whyte’s funniest play so far.

Roverman Productions has established itself as the leading theatre production company in Ghana with many  humorous and thought-provoking plays in its repertoire.

Its productions include Different Shades of Women; What Dad Left Behind; Dad Is Mum; Mum Is Dad; Life Is Some Way; Mr President Your Move; The Devil In The Mirror and Unhappy Wives, Confused Husbands.

Others are Everyone Has A Secret; Caught in the Act; Trials of the Ghanaian and Don’t Mess With A Woman.

There will be two showings – 4.00 pm and 8.00 pm – on each day.

What Is My Name?  is sponsored by rlg, MTN, Coolworld Electrical Store, Merchant Bank, Lifebuoy Soap, L’Oreal West Africa and Rover Report Monthly Magazine.