This Family Is Not For Sale: Season 1 is back! Good news!
When writer and director, Kobina Ansah, promised theatre lovers a sterling performance with his first seasonal stage play in GH idea, most of us cast doubts. It was to our utmost surprise that his drama treated audience last Valentine to an inexplicable, unadulterated humor. He indeed stayed true to his ‘100% humor, 0% tumor’ tagline.
Per popular request, he wants to thrill his audience once again with the season 1 of the ever-humorous This Family Is Not For Sale come Republic Day, thus, July 1st 2015. He admitted, “They enjoyed it and asked for an encore. We are serving it bigger and even better now!”
This Family Is Not For Sale: Season 1 is the first of a serial stage play which tells the tale of a typical Ghanaian family where each of them has a skeleton in their cupboard. As the “only master of the house”, Mr. Abban, tries to hide his true age, his wife also tries to downplay the fact that she’s old; pretending to be young all the time. Their children, on the other hand, always make the house boil with their silly misdemeanors and demands.
This is a must-watch satire. The venue for the last show saw an overwhelming overflow which the writer/director wants to avoid now. “Don’t only fetch your tickets early. Come early, too.”
For all those who missed the debut, this is the opportune time to witness the vintage contemporary comedy from the man who claims his ink is his ‘juju’. A ticket goes for GH 20 (for singles) and GH 35 (for couples). Venue is Christ The King School, opposite Flagstaff House, Cantonments, Accra. First show is 4pm and second show is 7pm.
“Come to Christ The King this Republic Day and laugh away every tumor. After all, it’s all humor. In GH, toothpaste means Pepsodent, beer means Club and humor means… This Family Is Not For Sale!” Kobina heaved.