Fafunwa: Roles women play in perpetuating systems of patriarchy
Ifeoma Fafunwa is a consummate thespian with a difference, who see theatre as a platform for radical advocacy that should change the fortunes of women. While other feminist theorists blame men for the institution of patriarchy and its evils against women, Fafunwa thinks otherwise. In fact, she believes women are both victims and perpetrators of…
'Hear Word ' returns to Harvard
Ifeoma Fafunwa has been invited to stage powerful play Hear Word! for a second season to the prestigious American Repertory theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
Ifeoma Fafunwa: “Women, Stop Waiting For Men!”
"If they looked at the stolen money the same way they looked at rapists and murderers then corruption would reduce." - Ifeoma Fafunwa Who is Ifeoma Fafunwa? She is the mastermind behind one of the best plays to be performed in the Nigerian theatre industry – Hear Word!, a play which has already toured the nation…
Ifeoma Fafunwa Covers Guardian Life Today
Who is Ifeoma Fafunwa? She is the mastermind behind one of the best plays to have been staged in the Nigerian theatre industry – Hear Word!, y which has already toured the nation extensively. Fafunwa covers today's magazine and you can get it from your local vendor. Tip: The Life magazine is a weekly insert…
Watch The Behind-The-Scenes Video Of G.L Cover Ifeoma Fafunwa
“Women, Stop Waiting For Men!” - Ifeoma Fafunwa The beautiful Ifeoma Fafunwa, producer and director of HEAR WORD!, which is a theatrical production about women's empowerment, is on the cover of this week's edition of Guardian Life. Guardian Life sat to have a chat with her, and she had a lot to say, like what…
How ‘A Taste of Theatre’ can help Nigerian theatre practice
An American and founder of A Taste of Theatre, Mr. Victor Gulley, had an interesting workshop session at the Lagos Theatre Festival 2017, organised by British Council Lagos.
Spicing up festive season with bouts of hilarity in Love and Recession
It was indeed the perfect theatrical performance for the imperfect, precarious economic times a not-so sterling leadership has plunged Nigerians. With a foreseeable end to recession not in sight...
Hear word: Stereotype against womenfolk on stage
The Congress Hall of Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, recently played host to one of the most entertaining stage performances of the time - Hear Word.