If you ever thought that popular playwright and life coach, Uncle Ebo Whyte, has achieved everything there is to in his field of endeavor, you had the wrong muse – as he still has some aspiration he hopes to get down.

The venerated playwright, who has produced and directed a deluge of best-selling plays in the last nine (9) years – has unflinching hopes of staging a mega play that would involve only public figures in Ghana.

Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Entertainment Review’, he revealed his longstanding dream of staging a play that would cast public figures from the fields of politics, religion, finance, media, sports and administration.

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He spoke of his desire to stage a play that would see the likes of Akua Donkor, Kwami Sefa Kayi, Charlotte Osei, Chairman Wontumi, Kennedy Agyapong, Azumah Nelson, Abedi Pele, Asiedu Nketia, Bishop Daniel Obinim, Manasseh Azure, Fadda Dickson and many others display a never-seen-before performance. Although he has not placed a timeline to the realization of this yearning, he promises that it would be soon.

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On why he’s not starred celebrities in any of his plays thus far, Uncle Ebo Whyte stated that he has room for celebrities in his productions, however, the celebrities must show interest and must be extremely disciplined and humble.

Without the use of any celebrity, he’s been able to sell 36 plays and there’s no room in his Production Unit for the display of any form of arrogance, pride, and self-aggrandizement from any celebrity.

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Roverman Productions is set the second play thus far in the year, ‘Damaged Good’, which is directed and produced by Uncle Ebo Whyte.

‘Damaged Goods’ is scheduled for 24th June, 25th June, 30th June and 1st July 2017 at the National Theater.

‘Early Bird Tickets’ are already on sale until June 2, 2017, with a call to the hotline; 0505546010 and WhatsApp; 0505546030

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