Meet the four faces behind TRIBELESS


The wave of Kobina Ansah’s epic stage play, TRIBELESS, keeps increasing as June draws nearer. TRIBELESS is a four-cast inspirational tale that you can’t afford to miss. Today, let’s introduce to you the four faces you will be seeing on stage and how the TRIBELESS story has impacted them.

Eugene Evans Arthur

Everyone knows him as the fine host of Birthday TV. The handsome actor is a product of Aggrey Memorial SHS in Cape Coast- Ghana and an alumnus of Abro Media Institute and African University College of Communications in Accra.

Eugene adopted his stage name “YujinSpeaks” when he made his debut appearance in the stage play “I Want To Sue God!” as a spoken word artist. Ever since, he has featured on many platforms and calls theatre his home.

“The Tribeless story is just a reflection of everything I have been through, everything I am and everywhere I will be going in life,” he writes. “Lost my mum at a very young age and that almost crushed everything I dreamt of in life. However, just like the Tribeless story, there’s this drive and thirst for greatness in me that keeps me going regardless,” he narrates.

The voice over artist has an undying passion for media research and anything that will dare his creativity. In the next few years ahead of him, he wants to master the art of public relations while positioning himself as a force to reckon with in the media industry in Africa and beyond.

His mentors in life? Andrew Tandoh Adote, Albert Ocran and Jay Folley.
Eugene plays YujinSpeaks in TRIBELESS.

Millicent Aba Tetteh

Millicent is a multi-talented GCNet staff who has a thing for acting, trade and makeup. She completed Nsutaman SHS in 2009 and Ghallywood Film Academy in 2011.
The GIJ graduate has featured in many plays and TV series. In 2012, she was a cast of “Standard Life” TV series.

She also played major roles in plays such as “In Daddy’s Closet” and “P3”. She has also featured prominently in Scribe Productions’ “This Family Is Not For Sale” season 1 and 2 and “My Wife-in-law”.

Millicent is a TV hostess (Royal Health Talk Show) on Homebase TV and C.E.O of Foodstuffhome which delivers foodstuff to busy clients.

“Playing Yaa Gadafi in Tribeless has had a great impact in my career. The character has taught me to strive through to the top like men. Life has no gender boundaries. Feel free to step into success,” she said.

Talking about her dreams, she wrote, “I see myself leading a team of women to be independent in the next 5 years. An empowered woman empowers women.”

Charity Bosomtwi

Charity has a five year acting experience. She featured in Game Over TV Series in 2013. The finely dark-complexioned actress has a certificate in Hospitality Management. She has an unparalleled love for singing and dancing. She has dreams to take her love for theatre beyond Africa.

Talking about how TRIBELESS has inspired her, she said, “It has taught me to never to give up on my dreams and to keep pushing hard till I achieve my goals.”

Her mentors are Gabrielle Union and Mercy Johnson.
Charity plays Fuseina in TRIBELESS.

Richmond Kojo Darkwa

Currently a teaching assistant at the Spanish Department of University of Ghana, the silky-voiced singer and actor has had quite some experience on stage. Theatre has been very fulfilling for him, he confesses.

“Tribeless has taught me the essence of togetherness and teamwork. I have also learnt how to look beyond the flaws of people and see good in them,” he said.
His favorite quotes in the play are “where passion goes today, money will follow tomorrow” and “passion is about following your heart not stomach.”

Apart from singing and acting, he is a good communicator and has a knack for languages. In the next five years, he envisions himself learning two more languages, becoming an accomplished speaker, actor and singer. He also wants to earn two master’s degrees.

He looks up to Jesus Christ as his ultimate mentor. He also admires Luciano Pavarotti and Ravi Zacharias.

Kojo Darkwa plays Fuseini in TRIBELESS.

TRIBELESS shows on Saturday, June 16th, 2018 at the National Theatre of Ghana at 4pm and 8pm. Tickets go for GHC50. Call 0269654873 for reservations.

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