Easter And Three Sixty Degrees At The Perez Dome

And who said Easter in Accra is not exciting. Prolific playwright, Nii Commey takes his latest play to one of Ghana’s biggest auditoriums, The Perez Dome of the Perez Chapel International this Easter.

Christened THREE SIXTY DEGREES, Nii Commey and his crew are earnestly rehearsing to give audience a performance of a lifetime.

Ever noticed high profiled elders at church who struggle to keep their home while sparing no rod in the case of others? This play brings out the everyday life of church people. It includes stages of intrigues, fun, pretence and lots more.

Three Sixty Degrees is Just one show, and it falls on Sunday 5th April, and the time is 6:30pm.

Nii Commey was kind enough to offer to audience a little peep into the play.

Deaconess Allottey, a well-respected deaconess in one of the churches in Accra is under pressure to bring sanity to her home, considering the fact that she is a role model in the church, and so it must reflect in her home. Paradoxically, as her single parent she is raising two strong boys, and she must keep her head above waters to ensure that they maintain the solid image of the family and their mother. But what happens when the story is not always like that? Do you give up on your children?

Who are those who are jumping into conclusions that nothing can be done about delinquent children?

Emefa is doing everything possible to get the attention of their Prayer Secretary, who seems to be too much immersed in the things of Christ;

Elder Sky is one of the Church’s Council Members is also the no- nonsense man who is on every church members’ case should they serve or do anything that contradicts the word of God. Even if you are the Bishop of the house, get ready for Elder Sky

How do these characters, collectively come together to expose the contenders and the pretenders of the gospel?

Ralph Dinko

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