The play "Sinners" returns to Theatre in the Park for a five-day run beginning this Wednesday.
The trailer enjoyed a successful run in June last year and it received rave reviews from the media and theatre critics for its no-holds-barred approach to a delicate and explicit subject matter.
The three ladies of the night decide they have had enough of prostitution and need to venture into more lucrative business and explore the potential or opportunities in their line of business.
The three female prostitutes-turned-rapists are recruited by a businesswoman to collect used condoms from their male victims.
Due to its popularity, the stage play was turned into a feature film, and will be released at the end of July.
While it has been a year since the play was showcased, most people who watched it have not stopped talking about it and those who were unfortunate not to watch it have been requesting for a rerun.
After the rerun, the play will go on a national tour with regional and international tours to follow.
The play will retain its original cast of Eunice Tava, Getrude Munhamo and Charity Dlodlo.
The play hopes to re-ignite the debate and hopefully provide an insight into the story of the alleged female rapists that gripped the country last year.
The play was written by Patrick Chasaya, and directed and produced by Daves Guzha.