2 Oct 2021
The General Manager/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Theatre, Prof. Sunday Ododo and the former General Manager of the National Theatre, Prof. Femi Osofisan...
25 Jul 2021
Aiye Ko Ooto is the pen name of a U.S.-based Nigerian poet, playwright, and philosopher also known as Cash Oladele, who says he is at a crossroads between mortals and gods
16 Jun 2021
Femi Osofisan Society (FOS) will stream Femi Osofisan’s A Nightingale for Dr. Du Bois today, at 2.00pm (UTC+1) as part of Professor Femi Osofisan’s 75th birthday celebrations.
27 May 2021
Recently, Femi Osofisan’s latest play, Medaye: A Re-Reading for the African Stage of Euripides’ Medea, was performed at Helendale Suites, Oba Abimbola Street, Agodi GRA, Ibadan, Oyo State.
31 Mar 2021
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday, stated that those expecting Nigeria’s survival outnumber those wishing its disintegration.
27 Oct 2019
Hewett (2005) describes the third generation of African writing as a group whose account “is one of triumph over adversity, a story of courageous individuals refusing to be silenced...
6 Oct 2019
Art, in Nigeria, no doubt, is experiencing an explosion. The last 59 years of art in Nigeria has witnessed mixed fortune.
25 Aug 2019
Femi Òsófisan is a major dramatist from Nigeria who experiments with forms and theatrical traditions. This book focuses on his development as a dramatist and his contribution...
18 Aug 2019
The celebrations of the 85th birthday of Prof. Wole Soyinka have not ended. Certainly not. Only last week, Akure was canonised with literary activities, as eggheads converged on the Sunshine State for the second international conference on Daniel Olorunfẹmi Fagunwa.
14 Aug 2019
It was Marcus Tullius Cicero, a Roman statesman and philosopher, who said, “the soil of their native land is dear to all the hearts of mankind.”
23 Jun 2019
Drama as a genre of literature has been one of the potent medium of projecting values and ideas. There is no gainsaying that some of the most influential...
28 Apr 2019
The committed playwright usually burdens himself with the task of social engineering. From the shortest piece of expression to the compound-complex treatise, the playwright cannot but relate with the realities of his society.