Uncle Ebo's ‘The Smartest Man Alive’ takes stage again on April 4 and 5
Last weekend, Uncle Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team brought to Ghanaians their latest play, ‘The Smartest Man Alive’.
The play premiered on the March 25 and showed on March 28 and March 29. Once again, Roverman gave patrons a quality time filled with laughter, music and good acting.
Moses has the perfect spin on every story. He is a smart guy and is always on top of issues.
He is a great asset to his party and is usually called upon to represent his party on radio to do battle.
One day a story comes out that seeks to tarnish the image of the party chairman and as usual, Moses is called upon to do his magic and make rubbish of that claim.
But just as he is about to go into high gear, he meets a very peculiar person that warns him that he will behave like the very last animal he ate, anytime he tells a lie. How does this pan out?
The audience was left in stitches as line after line left them laughing uncontrollably.
The icing on the cake was when the lights went off at the end of the play. How they responded to it was simply marvelous.
Some of celebrities who were at the National Theatre to watch the play included Akosua Agyepong and Martha Ankomah.
The play repeats on April 4 and April 5 at 4pm and 8pm.
"The Smartest Man Alive" is the latest play written and directed by Uncle Ebo Whyte.
The play explores the basis of love relationships in Ghana, and challenges us to question if we are using our talents and skills to serve or take advantage of others.