Playwright Latif Abubakar’s ‘Something must kill a man’ play has gained momentum with video endorsement from some celebrities across the entertainment industry in Ghana.
With just about two days to go, Radio personality, Abeiku Santana, has joined the endorsement train to declare support for the open-air theatre staged on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th September at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra.
Abeiku Santana, who urged theatre lovers to patronise the play, said the play, among other things, inspires, educates and most importantly, teaches cohesion and team building.
The veteran presenter who revealed that he would be present to watch the play encouraged everyone to grab a ticket for the first-ever open-air theatre.
In partnership with Joy Entertainment and Graphic News App, the play features actors Leslie Wallace, Abraham MacPratt Dadzie, and actress Sitsofe Tsikor seeks to demonstrate how teamwork, good communication and collaboration contributes significantly to the attainment of these goals.
According to the award-winning playwright, the play is a package that would enable employees understand and appreciate the importance of teamwork in achieving the overall objectives of a project or an organisation.
Unlike his previous stage plays, which focused on pressing national issues, Mr Abubakar’s latest play takes the approach of a training programme that would centre on the attainment of the project and organisational goals.
The play tells the story of Mr Attah, who, after handing over his company to his son, comes back to set him up with a charming damsel. What must kill a man is revealed from there.
Tickets are on at ¢80 single and ¢150 for double at the following outlets in Accra; Airport shell, Baatsona Total, Joy FM, Koala and Labadi beach hotel, and also via the shortcode 4471092# on all networks.