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Ebo Whyte’s play ‘Devil’s Wife’ leaves Ghanaians thankful for reopening of theatres

Ebo Whyte’s play ‘Devil’s Wife’ leaves Ghanaians thankful for reopening of theatres

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Although it has been a year since the lockdown was lifted, for lovers of theatre and Roverman Production plays, the lockdown was lifted on September 4, 2021.

That fateful Saturday saw some Ghanaians troop into the National Theatre to watch the first in-person play since the coronavirus pandemic struck – finally a return of what they love, something normal.

Even with social distancing in place, the theatre was filled; at least to the needed capacity. Hand sanitisers were distributed to ensure the safety of Ghanaians present.

The play welcoming these lovers of art was ‘Devil’s Wife’; a play that tells the story of a young girl fearful of marriage because of past tragedies and a young pastor with so much faith.

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