At times, it was comical and at other times, a cause for concern, when at various times during discussions and class work, writers from the theatre, academia and writers for the common theatre goers clashed in their views of what made for a good review.
World Theatre Day message 2017
So, here we are once more. Gathered again in Spring, 55 years since our inaugural meeting, to celebrate World Theatre Day (WTD). Just one day, 24 hours, is dedicated to celebrating theatre around the world.
Akin Lewis, Uti Nwachukwu, Lisa Omorodion in Whose Meal Ticket
Award-wining Nollywood actress, writer and producer, Grace Edwin-Okon is out with another thought-provoking flick, Whose Meal Ticket...
Celebrity entrepreneur set to launch online store
Seasoned photographer, performer and fashion designer, Campbell O. Ajiye just keeps blazing the trail. Having captured on lens events of high reckoning, both at home and abroad such as Agbani Darego...
Theatre producers meet for better arts criticisms, reviews
The General Manager, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Radio One, Funke Treasure Durodola, said the issue of competence in the electronic medium is a major concern.
To travel into memory is to forget
Why an experimental play in the Lagos Theatre festival fused with poetry, song and dance is named after it is a question I was too shaken by the experience to ask.
Nigeria hosts global conference on theatre, criticism, politics
The Executive Committee of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC), UNESCO’s statute B global partner in theatre criticism, holds its first ever-official event on the African continent during the Lagos Theatre festival....
Iwalewa… A narrative of poverty-to-awareness dance performance
Iwalewa has been a dance essemble QDance Centre, led by Qudus Onikeku, has been performing all over the world. It probably started in France, where the contemporary dance exponent, Onikeku, lived for some time before relocating back to Nigeria....
Azagidi… mulling betrayed love, leadership deficit
Written by Don Pedro Obaseki, but directed by Tunji Sotimirin, the play tells the story of how Azagidi (Victor Owa) explores the marine world, where he meets one of the daughters of the sea god and confesses love.