It’s one thing to be married and it’s another thing to be MARRIED. Either ways there are in-laws to deal with but what if that In-Law is your Wife In-law? Sounds strange huh? That’s what happens when you invite a third-party into your marriage and come this Saturday, renowned playwright, Kobby Ansah, brings to you My Wife In-Law.
In a three-cast romantic comedy about a mother-in-law who interferes in her daughter’s marriage and eventually falls in love with her son-in-law, the play is aimed at reminding both single and married, Marriage is for Two not Three.
My Wife In-Law will be staged at the R.S Amegashie Hall, University of Ghana Business School, Legon on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 5pm and 8pm.
This would bring to the collection of Scribe Productions’ four plays with previous ones being the world’s first seasonal stage play, This Family Is Not For Sale Season 1, a play which sought to convey a message that every family has got issues to deal with and has been loved for his output ever since.
Its sequel, This Family Is Not For Sale 2, highlighted how society wastes resources on funerals while his third production, I Want To Sue God! made mockery of how people literally blame God for choices they make.
The public can find no better way to enjoy the weekend than to see My Wife In-Law at the R. S Amegashie auditorium of the University of Ghana on September 24 at 5pm and 8pm.
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