The ‘Last Chicken in the Kitchen’, a play by award-winning storyteller Nii Commey was staged for the first time last Friday to mark the 2023 International Customer Service Week in Ghana.
The fun-filled night saw a packed National Theatre come alive as patrons enjoyed themselves with their family, friends, and loved ones to the amazing play centred on the importance of good customer service.
In addition, the play focuses on the importance of good customer service, ‘The Last Chicken in the Kitchen’ play depicts societal realities and mirages about family, romance, friendship, interpersonal communication and norms, as well as values, strictly under intense wits, humour, and drama.
The play is set in a cosmopolitan location somewhere in the nation’s capital with a display of profound characters in our society who become real on the stage of dramatic repute.
With this play, award-winning storyteller Nii Commey took his craft to another level, leaving the audience in awe and wanting more at the end of it all.
The Last Chicken in the Kitchen is a Handwriting Communications production, in partnership with Stories for Change Foundation and partnered with Garnet Medical Centre, Chickenman Pizzaman, e-Tranzact, TLC, Shimei Consult, Akies, Gold and Glitz, and Eight Wonder.
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