Step into the captivating world of ‘The Gods Are Not To Blame,’ a spellbinding production that seamlessly weaves together ancient Greek drama with a touch of Ghanaian flair. Originating as a play in 1968 and later transformed into a novel by the talented Ola Rotimi in 1971, this adaptation of Oedipus Rex unfolds the intriguing tale of Odewale.
Join us at the prestigious National Theatre Ghana for an unforgettable experience. As the clock strikes 4 pm and 8 pm on both the 2nd and 3rd of December, immerse yourself in a narrative where Odewale, lured into a false sense of security, finds himself entangled in a consanguineous web of events orchestrated by the gods of the land.
This event is not just a play; it’s a gathering of Ghana’s most esteemed and celebrated actors and actresses. The stage will come alive with the presence of the creme de la creme of Ghana’s acting elite. Names like David Dontoh, Mawuli Semevor, Naa Ashorkor, Andrew Tandoh-Adote, and Fred Amugi, synonymous with excellence in theatre and film, promise a spectacular performance.
Don’t miss this opportunity to witness theatrical brilliance and be part of an audience guaranteed to have a fantastic time. Come, be enthralled, and let ‘The Gods Are Not To Blame’ leave an indelible mark on your theatre going experience!
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