Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has condemned the state of prisons, stressing that their deplorable condition makes any inmate who...
What Men Want … A betrayal of trust
It is a universal truism that the male-folk across the globe grapple with issues of business, politics, family, multiple sex partners and crucially, how to sustain dominion...
Chronicles Of Eniyan tells a cautionary lifestyle tale
Performed by the Mask Theatre Troupe, the play tells the story of a man, Bibire (Boniface Efebe), who, rising from grass to grace, forgets his benefactors and those with whom he had laboured to attain success.
Park Theatre, Kininso Koncepts present Osanyin’s Omo Odo!!!
A boy sojourns from his ancient home to a land of supposed freedom, luxury, and beauty. Bided an uncertain farewell by his aged mother, whether she is happy or not, he must go through life’s fire to become a man.
The interplay of diligence and destiny in Farewell El Dorado
The mysteries of life go beyond what the simple-minded could fathom, or what those with discerning minds could even explain satisfactorily. Perhaps, it is for this that the Indian sage, Jawaharlal Nehru said...
One Chance evokes government’s neglect of urban environment
Ibadan Playhouse must have observed man’s maddening activities, both at the local and international levels, when it performed One Chance at Lagos Country Club, Ikeja, Lagos, to tell the audience the pros and coins of their actions.
The Wives’ Revolt… Towards better women-oriented laws, practices
Women agitating for their rights to be heard, recognised and be given their dues in society resonated last Sunday in a play, titled, The Wives’ Revolt by JP Clark.
Nollywood stars unveiled as brand ambassadors
The company that also introduced its branded products and services such as Stanel tyres, engine oil and gas cylinders and other services chose the trio based on their being role models to young people.
Flowers Introspect … Metaphor for political perfidy
Written during his undergraduate days at the University of Ibadan, the play opens with three students - Bayo, Bateye and Jide – who tattled on Simbi, a student who was violated by three other students under a tree.
Park Theatre launches season of Wole Soyinka plays
July 13 is Prof. Wole Soyinka’s birthday. And to honour him, Park Theatre, the resident theatre platform for Freedom Park on Lagos Island, would perform three of his plays every weekend in July through August 27. King Baabu’s will have a command performance on July 26 at the same venue by Oxygen Koncepts.