Palmwine Drinkard … A voyage to the supernatural
The Kegite Club has a common saying: ‘In the midst of happiness, lies brutal danger.’ This is normally said in the camaraderie to check members on the gyration ground and also as life’s lesson.
Maduekwe, Kannywood interact for better performance of film sector
According to Maduekwe, “The impact of this is huge particularly, on youth unemployment as the training is specifically designed to ensure that the participants are not only self-employed but also...
Beyond the garb… A call for communal self-censorship
A scene from the playMAN, as an insatiable being, always expects the best from every member of society, even when he does not give his best to the same society .
Girl child challenges as regressive cultural practice in 'Beyond The Sunset'
Modern science has proven beyond doubt that a child’s sex (male or female) is determined by the Y-chromosomes the male partner, at the time of copulation, donates to the woman.
Rescuing the theatre from down-under
The task before me, as assigned by the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Theatre Arts Practitioners, Lagos State Chapter, is to do an overview of the performing arts industry with NANTAP as a case study.
Young theatre critics: No longer an endangered species...
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.
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...
Yoruba Romance … of ethnic nationalism, bigotry
No nation, no matter its strength and popularity, can live in peace and unity, when religious bigotry, stereotypes, vendetta, intolerance, ethnocentrism and other vices strive in it.