SPEAKEASY: Journey to the Womb

Drama Queens speakeasy hosted by Nana B. Drama Queens Speakeaises are public conversations we hold every last Friday of the month on feminism, pan-Africanism, taboo topics or topics we feel are not given enough attention. Previous speakeasies have been on topics like Mental Health, and religious influences on sexual love in Africa, as well as […]

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I Do but I Don’t

I, I’m willing and able So I throw my cards on your table I want to love you, I want to love and treat, love and treat you right — Bob Marley, Is This Love Bob Marley manages to portray deep feelings of love and commitment towards his object of affection in his song “Is […]

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THIS GUY CALLED SOCIETY

Society tells you don’t cry as a man and the same society says a man who can cry is somewhat mature and true. Society says you giving birth biologically doesn’t make you a mother…but it won’t stop short of calling you barren if you don’t get one or another. Society says, don’t rush for things. […]

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‘UNTIL SOMEONE WAKES UP’ WOKE ME UP!

Until Someone Wakes Up….one of the best theatre productions I have ever seen in a Very. Long. Time. Minimalist, Until Someone Wakes Up opens on a bare stage with the actors seated in frame on simple wooden stools. This simplicity does not prepare you for the onslaught of complex emotion they will hit you with […]

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MEET THE CREW: Solomon Dartey

Solomon Dartey tells stories using light.  A theatre director, lighting designer and a lecturer in film and Directing, he believes that without the Arts there is no life. A society that refuses to develop the arts will always be underdeveloped he maintains. He has worked on several high level projects such as Wogbe J3k3, the […]

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MEET THE CREW: DEMOGRAPHIX

With 7 years of experience in scenography, Selorm Dotse Kudiabor is known in the industry as Demographix. He has worked on heavyweight productions like: Wogb3J3k3, I Can’t Think Far, Thank God For Idiots, It Runs In The Family, Our Wives Have Gone Mad Again, A Raisin In The Sun, Langbodo; a Forest of a Thousand […]

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MEET THE CAST: Jay Garbrah

A startlingly good performer, Jay Garbrah has acted in iconic stage productions such as Dracula, Ten Times Two, Tears of Lucifer, Edufa, The Son of Umbele, Edibles and Disposables, Take Me To the Altar, R.U.R., In the Chest of a Woman, An Inspector Calls, Colors Colors, and quite recently, Fences. But stage work is just […]

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MEET THE CAST: VALERIE

Valerie has loved acting right from childhood. For her, it’s not just about standing on stage and playing roles, but rather about making a difference with her art. Her Theatre credits include: A Raisin in the Sun, Wogb3j3k3, Medicine for Love and The Patient Eclipsed.  Until Someone Wakes Up plays on the 26th and 27th […]

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MEET THE CAST: KESTER

Kester Osei Mensah is a Pisces and well an intro – extrovert( if that exists). He is an alumni of Alpha Beta Montessori  primary and JHS and Ghana National College. Literature and History were his forte. Kester is the producer of the Mydmorning Radio Show on Y 107.9 FM hosted by Ghanaian artiste Trigmatic and […]

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MEET THE CAST: OB BLACK

Obenewaa Ofei-Nkansah, aka OB Black, is a graduate of the University of Ghana School of Performing Arts. She believes Theatre is a powerful tool for growth and development, hence, her decision to major in Theatre for Development. She enjoys acting (by default!) and playing chess. She has the following theatre productions to her credit: Love […]

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