Entertainment of Thursday, 28 December 2017
From the world of struggles into the world of wealth and soon Jojo forgets about his past. With wealth, he turns to love anything in the skirt and exploits the sea illegally until one Christmas hands him over to nemesis!
In “In Man’s Libido”, a play by the international award-winning Ghanaian poet and playwright, Oswald Okaitei, different contexts of the Ghanaian life and “man” is brought to bare — from political, social, spiritual to economic situations. “In Man’s Libido” like the others (as “In The Bag of a Woman”, “Beautiful Nonsense”, “Who Stole The Casket?” & “Campus Girl In A Mess”) promises to be super exciting.
The play is scheduled for Friday, 29 December 2017 at the on National Theatre of Ghana (Folks place) and starts at exactly 6 pm.
The cast includes Fareed Mahama as Jojo, Ibrahim Quao as Nii, Juliana Safoah-Boateng as Julie and Christopher Appiah as House Boy, Nana Yaa Amoako as Aliduwaa, Naomi Phini as Naa, Madina Nana Ibrahim as Angel and Siemens and Emmanuel Arthur as Fishermen.
As always seen with Oswald’s production, spoken word and musical performances will precede the main production. Tickets go for Gh 20 cedis. To get a ticket call +233 571 174 908 or +233 244 174 908 or come to the gate early.