Revisiting the Epic Tale: The Gods Are Not to Blame

Gati Jesse

Gati Jesse

Published on March 21, 2024

After captivating audiences with six successful runs in December 2023, George Quaye’s Image Bureau and Naa Ashorkor’s April Communications are bringing back the acclaimed stage play, The Gods Are Not to Blame. Set to grace the prestigious stage of the National Theatre once again, this theatrical masterpiece promises to enthrall audiences with its gripping narrative and stellar performances.

The Gods Are Not to Blame will be staged at the National Theatre on Thursday, March 21, 2024, and Friday, March 22, 2024, at 7pm. Additionally, there will be two shows on Saturday, March 23, 2024, at 4pm and 8pm, providing ample opportunities for audiences to immerse themselves in this unforgettable production.

The Gods Are Not to Blame

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Director George Quaye reveals that the decision to bring back The Gods Are Not to Blame for March runs was prompted by overwhelming requests from audiences who either wished to relive the experience or missed out on the opportunity during its previous stint in December 2023. Anticipation is high as fans eagerly anticipate the return of this iconic play to the stage.

The Gods Are Not to Blame

Promising an even more captivating experience, George Quaye teases that the March runs of The Gods Are Not to Blame will feature some exciting additions. Audiences can expect fresh elements that will elevate the production to new heights, ensuring a truly unforgettable theatrical experience.

The Gods Are Not to Blame is an adaptation of Sophocles’ timeless Greek classic Oedipus Rex, masterfully crafted by Nigeria’s own Ola Rotimi. With its rich narrative and profound themes, the play offers a compelling exploration of fate, destiny, and the complexities of human nature.

Set against the backdrop of ancient African traditions, The Gods Are Not to Blame follows the story of Odewale, a young man destined by birth to commit unspeakable acts. As fate unravels and prophecies come to pass, Odewale finds himself entangled in a web of destiny, ultimately facing the consequences of his actions.

The Gods Are Not to Blame

Don’t miss your chance to witness the riveting drama, exceptional performances, and thought-provoking themes of The Gods Are Not to Blame. Join them at the National Theatre for an evening of theatrical brilliance that will leave you spellbound and craving for more

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