After cancelling the highly anticipated stage play twice due to Covid-19, Scribe Productions is back with EMERGENCY WEDDING for the third time.
Tagged ‘Man has his timelines but God has the clock’, the pre-Christmas event is set to teach its audience a lot about life’s principle of seasons and times.
EMERGENCY WEDDING is a riveting social drama that throws light on the length some young women go just to be walked down the aisle.
Written and directed by Kobina Ansah, some other important themes the drama hinges on include the stress single and childless women go through daily especially in the hands of other women.
The playwright and The Mirror columnist is well known for the witty touch he gives to sensitive societal issues.
Like his previous plays, EMERGENCY WEDDING hands some exposure to the deadline our society gives to marriages and childbirth, forcing many people to take decisions against their will.
Venue for the show is National Theater on Saturday, 18th December 2021. Time is 3pm and 7pm.
Audience who can’t be physically present can still have the pleasure of enjoying Emergency Wedding. The event will be livestreamed via www.scribeproductions.com.
Source: Scribe News