From New York City & Alexandria, Get Ready Lagos as ‘MISTRESS OF WHOLESOME’ Comes On stage 4 Sundays in November
… What Do You Do When Your Husband’s Mistress Needs Your Help
To Win His Love Back?!!
Everyone loves a great show, and this is what ‘MISTRESS OF WHOLESOME’ is!
After successful outings at the Little Theatre of Alexandria and Under St. Marks in New York City, Mistress of Wholesome, the hilarious drama written by playwright Jacob Appel, comes alive on stage in Lagos!
Dates: [Showing all Sundays in November except the 9th] November 2, 16, 23, 30, 2014.
Showtimes: 3:00pm and 6:00pm
Venue: Terra Kulture, Plot 1376 Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
In this one-act comedy script, Moji ‘the mistress’ surprises Adesuwa, ‘the wife’ of Lakunle, a prominent cardiologist, in their home and holds her hostage using an antique musket. According to Moji, Lakunle has now fallen back in love with Adesuwa, as the couple has gotten closer in their efforts to adopt a baby. Moji is naturally ‘very put out’ by this and wants Adesuwa to convince Lakunle to fall back in love with his mistress so that things can be the same as they were for the past few years. Adesuwa, who is desperate for a baby sees Lakunle playing ‘the good and attentive husband’ as the only way that she will ever manage to adopt a child and naturally refuses.
Things get even more complicated in this one-act comedy script when a gentleman from the adoption agency arrives to interview Lakunle and Adesuwa and to screen them as potential parents. When it turns out that Lakunle is actually locked in the trunk of Moji’s car across town, the two women must act fast to salvage a situation that is going downhill at a rate of knots!
Brought to you by Thespian Muse, Gbagyichild Entertainment and Oxzygen Koncepts, MISTRESS OF WHOLESOME is directed by veteran stage actor, Toyin Oshinaike, and will be starring media/entertainment heavyweights, Katherine Obiang, Omoye ‘Brownie’ Uzamere, Evaezi ogoro, and Toju Ejoh.
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