With the upsurge of stage plays in the country in recent times - adding to the various forms of entertainment, many art loving people have since revived their interest in these plays. Playwrights have since produced plays which often left patrons overly excited, de-stressed, and hungry for more. One of such budding playwrights is
The two-act stage comedy mirrors how everyday people handle challenges in life. It spells the various typical attitudes towards work in Ghana, and how individuals approach their various duties. Set in an almost dying Pizza Inn, Pastor, Esther, Nutifafa, Ato, Azarya, Abisiga and the chef have a few months to save their dying restaurant from foreclosure, a situation which would result in them losing their jobs. With little cash available, and nothing but various “colored” egos and “multi colored” attitudes, they brace themselves for their greatest challenge yet. How do these people save their almost-dead restaurant from imminent collapse, and how do they deal with the incessant demands of Italian, Indian and French customers? "Colours, Colours" has more. The play uses humour, suspense, and music to bring out salient issues affecting society.
The play is scheduled to be staged on May 1(6pm) & 2(5pm & 7pm) at the Trinity Hall of the Central University, Miotso Campus. For just GHS20, patrons would be treated to a theatrical performance, laced with humor, music, and rainbow of colourful lessons to learn from.
Looking for a perfect way to relax on May Day? Central University is the place to be. Tickets for the show are available on Campus and at designated agents within the capital. Contact ‘Soul Train Productions’ via their Facebook page and order your ticket now.