Uncle Ebo Whyte’s latest play, ‘The Smartest Man Alive’ premiered
Sponsored by Airtel, Uncle Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team premiered their latest play, ‘The Smartest Man Alive’ on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 and shown on March 28 and 29 respectively at the National Theatre.
‘The Smartest Man Alive’ is the latest play written and directed by Uncle Ebo Whyte.
And once again, Roverman served patrons with quality time full of excitements, good acts and music which saw the auditorium was filled with uncontrollable laughter as each line in the play left traces of its impact.
With a seemingly ‘unacceptable’ response from the audience when the play ended, their retort was simply marvelous.
Some celebrities who graced the premiere included Akosua Agyepong, Martha Ankomah and Moesha Buduong.
The play will be shown again on April 4 and 5, 2015 at 4pm and 8pm respectively. Rate is Ghs60.
‘The Smartest Man Alive’ play explores the basis of love relationships in Ghana, and challenges the individual to question our intuitions, whether or not we (every individual) are using our talents and skills to serve or take advantage of others.
Synopsis of the Play
Moses has the perfect spin on every story. He is a smart guy and is always on top of issues.
He is a great asset to his party and is usually called upon to represent his party on radio to do battle.
One day, a story comes out that seeks to tarnish the image of the party chairman and as usual, Moses is called upon to do his magic and make rubbish of that claim.
But just as he is about to go into high gear, he meets a very peculiar person that warns him that he will behave like the very last animal he ate, anytime he tells a lie.
How does this pan out?
Hear sound bytes from the play below:
Editors Note: This piece was submitted.