Maame Dokono returns to stage

The name ‘Maame Dokono’ will certainly bring up nostalgic memories for anyone who was an ardent viewer of Ghanaian teleplay By The Fireside. When Maame Dokono, real name Grace Omaboe, bowed out from the show, her shoes became virtually impossible to fill. Over the years, she has graced the big screens in high profile movies but nothing can be compared to the life she brought as she sang and danced while narrating the stories of the fabled Ananse. On Wednesday, February 14, Grace Omaboe will be returning to the stage in grand style at the National Theatre in the play ‘Love is Politics’. The day dedicated to love will have the veteran actress bring to life the role of a mother who sends to her son, who seems to have come off age, a wife from the village. ‘Love is Politics’ is a romantic stage comedy produced by the 2 Idiots Productions. It will feature comedy duo Jeneral Ntatia and Doctor So with Pearl Korkor Darkey and Komla Mensa. The play promises to be exciting, rib-cracking with a twist of romance. Everybody is in this game of love for their own selfish individual purpose. Lawyer Ampau’s mum is pressurizing him to get married so she sends him a wife from the village. Lawyer Ampau tells his houseboy to pretend to be him when the girl arrives because he is busy with a case. The girl, on the other hand, is planted in the house for the selfish interest of a client to prevent Lawyer Ampau from focusing on winning the case without the knowledge of the mother. Will Lawyer Ampau succeed in winning the case or he will be blinded by love and lose this important case of his life time? Everybody is in this game of love for their own selfish individual purpose.

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