You have missed a great deal of fun and excitement if you were not at the National Theatre on the 6th and 7th to watch Uncle Ebo's latest play 'Not My Husband'.
The renowned playwright's ‘Not My Husband’ addressed issues of love and rejection as a recurring phenomenon in the Ghanaian society.
The play talked about how one can be alive and dead at the same time; being alive emotionally and being dead emotionally, being in love and out of love at the same time, being loved and unloved at the same time.
Patrones at the event were thrilled to scenes of comedy, music and good lessons to go home with on love and rejection.
Some of the patrons after the show expressed excitement about how they have not regretted coming for the show, most of them rated the show as a world-class play.
Some also commented on the 'third dimension' and how they will not want to be there because of the issues associated with it.