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It’s September to remember as Roverman Productions marks 10th anniversary

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The date was 6th September 2008 when the gates opened at the National theatre and all three floors filled up with highly expectant patrons.

The counsellor, preacher, radio segment presenter and motivational speaker,Uncle Ebo Whyte cemented yet another description,playwright, to his name.

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The promise was emphatic; a brand new, original and world class play every quarter with two shows on each day over successive weekends.

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WHAT? Are they crazy? Well, crazy or not, Roverman Productions was born. That first play, “Unhappy Wives, Confused Husbands”, opened a new page in theatre in Ghana and sold out show after show!

Well, here we are 10years after, riding through almost 40 plays and consistently keeping that promise alive.

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With the gracious support of partners, sponsors, media and the intimate embrace of highly valued patrons, we have shared rapturous laughs, spontaneous cheers, high octave emotions, deep thoughtful sentiments and great value.

Uncle Ebo Whyte and the Roverman Productions team send our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to all for 10 years of awesome experiences.

Now are you ready for the next level? Join us at the National theatre on 1st, 2nd, 8thand 9th September to toast out the old and cheer in the new Roverman decade. It’s a CRAZY RIDE with Uncle Ebo Whyte! AND YOU CAN’T MISS IT.

Source: myjoyonline.com


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