Roverman Productions on March 24 premiered the first play of the year titled, ‘Just The Tip’.
The play, which showed from Friday to Sunday, with two shows each day, attracted many patrons to the National Theatre.
‘Just The Tip’ focuses on the Denteh family, particularly on Mr Denteh, who on his birthday was informed by two angels that he has hours left on earth.
My Denteh, who wants to have a peaceful birthday, finds himself going through a stressful day.
On the other hand, the relationship betweeen Barbara, Mr Denteh’s daughter and Doc, her boyfriend is objected to by their parents.
The non-acceptance of their relationship by their parents denies them the opportunity to get married.
‘Just The Tip’ is a play about restoration, revelations and a man’s resolve to keep his family together, no matter the circumstances.
‘Just The Tip’ will show again at the National Theatre, Accra from Friday 31st March to Sunday 2nd April. It will show on Fridays at 7 pm only, Saturdays at 4 pm and 8 pm, and Sundays at 1 pm, 4 pm and 8 pm.
Check out some shots from the show below:
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