In celebration of International Women’s Day, Drama Queens Ghana under the auspices of the French Embassy and the Zonta Club staged for the second time in the company’s history, the riveting play “Until Someone Wakes Up” written by Carolyne Levy and adapted for the Ghanaian stage by Yaba Armah and Nana Akosua Hanson. Through a series of monologues, duologues and scenes, “Until Someone Wakes Up” explores sexual violence and rape using satire, drama and appropriate comedy. It explores real people’s experiences and the possible root causes of rape culture by interrogating the roles of gender constructs seen in entertainment, children’s toys and other aspects of socialization.

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