Famed playwright and author, James Ebo Whyte,  announces a new stage play this July. Titled “The Woman in the Bathroom”, the play, produced by Whyte’s Roverman productions, is slated for the National Theatre, Sunday July 1, Monday July 2, Saturday July 7, and Sunday July 8.

A highly anticipated addition to the over 30 offerings by the seasoned dramatist (staged a play every quarter since 2008), “The Woman in the Bathroom” follows the story of Nanasei Agyeman,  a budding actor in Hollywood, who is on the threshold of marrying the love of his life, Ruu, the only daughter of a Ghanaian millionaire.

On the wedding day, however, just as he’s getting ready to say “I do” at the altar, he is kidnapped at the church by a group of people. He is taken to a strange location where he discovers that he has to face off  a lion and the “woman in the bathroom”, in order to see Ruu again.

Since debuting his family-oriented live theatre productions “Unhappy Wives, Confused Husbands”, Uncle Ebo has grown into a major player in the theatre space in the country, performing to nearly 40,000 patrons a year across the breadth of the country.

Slated for 4pm and 8pm each night, the play discusses choices —to abandon a dream in order to fulfil a higher purpose.

“The Woman in the Bathroom” is written and directed by Uncle Ebo Whyte.

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Sponsors for the production include BOND Savings and Loans, Olfen Gel, and Frytol.


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