Strange if you ask me. Such a thought-provoking title for a theatre art piece. What could Kobina Ansah be up to this time around?
The I Want To Sue God playwright, has dropped hints of what he’s likely to bring on stage come July with his new masterpiece, “The Boy Called A Girl.”
At first glance, one may remark that it is a plot centered on flawed genetic materials which probably triggered a male to assume female traits or features; but anyone that has encountered the complexity and alluring creativity of Kobina Ansah would realize such a title denotes something more profound.
In a Facebook post, the Ghanaian dramatist, known for his queer style of getting the attention of his followers, announced that his next play will stir a conversation.
In a related post he sums that, “’The Boy Called A Girl’ is what you think but it’s not what you think.”
Kobina Ansah is known for his plays, This Family Is Not For Sale [Season 1 and 2], I Want To Sue God, My Wife-in-law, and Tribeless.