Uncle Ebo Whyte's play 'Dora WHY?' will be shown again at the National Theatre this Easter on the 20th and 21st of April, 2019. Tickets are going for only GHC 80.
On the 6th and 7th of April, the play was held at the capacious venue, where several thousands of people were gathered there.
The play dubbed ‘Dora WHY?’ happens to be Uncle Ebo Whyte's Roverman’s theatre productions first play of the year 2019.
The play will take place at the National Theatre in Accra 20th and 21st of April as part of the Easter celebrations and the ticket is still going for a cool 80Gh cedis.
Uncle Ebo Whyte has written, directed and produced hilarious plays such as ‘Nicholas,’ ‘Women on Fire’, ‘The ‘Special Delivery’, and others.
If you are a regular patron of Uncle Ebo Whyte’s plays you will have been accustomed to the loud uncontrolled laughter, usually interspersed with thunderous claps that often threaten to bring down the roof of the National Theatre in Accra.
Uncle Ebo Whyte's play 'Dora WHY?' will be shown again at the National Theatre on the 20th and 21st of April, 2019 as part of the Easter celebrations. Tickets are going for only GHC 80. You can't afford to miss this time around.
Check out the wonderful scene from the previous showing of 'Dora Why?'