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MY WIFE OR MY LIFE? A WEB OF MISTRUST, PAIN AND UGLY REMNANTS OF THE PAST

What would you do if you suddenly realize few months into your marriage that your partner has a lot of unpleasant surprises up their sleeve than you ever imagined?

Trapped in a web of mistrust, pain, betrayal and ugly remnants of the past, a new young couple come face-to-face with reality, truths, church and family pressure, and frustration that may likely spark a revenge or a breakdown of the marriage.

My Wife, My Life, produced by Hill City Productions is an intriguing, thought provoking play laced with music that highlights the uncertain tides of marriage and bring to home some of the realities that pre-marital counseling may not address. Would you want to revenge on your spouse and save your life or choose them over your life so they do not commit suicide?

The play directed by Kojo Delong features a blend of old and emerging actors including your favourite comic actors Clemento Suarez, Jeneral Ntatia, Bright Kekeli Jefferson and other prolific actors such as Edinam Atatsi, Gadede, Chaana, Jude Korankye, Jo Ann and others.

Some of the actors. From left to right: General Ntatia, Edinam Atatsi and Clemento Suarez

In the last 2 years theatre suffered a setback as a result of the restrictions induced by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is therefore refreshing to see production houses such as Roverman, Nyansapo and now Hill City Productions producing top-notch stage plays to rev-up the spirit of theatre in Ghana once again.

 

Speaking to the CEO of Hill City Productions, Mr. Emmanuel Somuah reiterates the crucial role theatre plays in the development of every country.

“Theatre serves as an avenue for entertainment and education to its patrons, which goes a long way to help in developing every country”.

He also used the opportunity to talk about Hill City Productions and what the future holds for it.

“Hill city is an addition to the Theatre industry which seeks to expose some of the challenges in the society and have a positive resolve to it. The future is to build a formidable Theatre house and translate it to film production” he said.

My Wife, My Life shows at the National Theatre, Accra on Saturday, 16th April and Sunday 18th April at 4pm and 8pm each night. Tickets are available at GHC80 each. Dial *713*33*30 for Tickets on all networks. One can also call 0256868640 for enquiries and more.

 

Source: Insidetema.com/Bernard Brown

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