Ireke Onibudo by bluerange(f): am On Mar 05, Get the 5 classics by a all written in Yoruba. Call By the end of this yearâ€™s edition of the Chams Theatre series, which is featuring D.O. Fagunwaâ€™s,Â Ireke Onibudo, theatre goers in. Ireke Onibudo, at the National Arts Theatre appraises the production against the background of the development of the stage performing art in.
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He returns to a heroic welcome and takes timeto enthral his fellow citizens with hair-raising ac-counts of his escapades. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here He was a teacherand writer. The hero performs all the tasks successfully through the help of his mother. In part because of its novelty, in part because of the richness of language, in part because it treated familiar themes and because it relied heavily on folklores with which people onibhdo familiar, Ogboju Ode was an instant success.
It follows his strange but enthralling journey from pauper to oba king. Yet, one can not fail to observe a growing love affair between Corporate Nigeria and the Nigerian stage. Speaking at a press briefing before theformal presentation of the plays, Osofisan,an experienced hand in theatre management,administration and teaching, said the involvementof Chams plc has helped revive morale amongstthespians. Fagunwa, was a Nigerian author who pioneered the Yoruba language novel.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Extensive reportage and reviews in themedia confirmed the strong interestpresentation of the plays elicited withlocal and international stakeholders ofthe company. Such was the intensity of leverage the Fagunwa’s works wielded. The Chams Theatre Series has therights to irrke five works of Fagunwaand would sponsor one play eachyear.
Notify me of new comments via email. Dele, while in Nigeria spoke through his nose; it amazes than amuses my wife that onibuso oga desires so much the feel of being a Nigerian with the spontaneity at which he infused Yoruba language in their phone conversations. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Who better to lead the expedition but the manof valour and courage Akaraogun?
Ireke Onibudo, at the National Arts Theatre appraises the production against the background of the development of the stage performing art in Nigeria. Have you paused to ask why some of our brothers abroad prefer to speak with us in our native tongue rather than in English?
With him, we can also standup and announce that we are also partof the ancient heritage that first gavemeaning to humanity. Add this to other works by other Nigerianauthors and it is easy onivudo understand what the chiefexecutive Mr. The audience was also reminded about the beautiful Ekun Iyawo, literally bridal chant or wailing, rendered by onibuco bride on the eve of her marriage, which is one of the final rites of marriage ceremonies in traditional Yoruba society.
What a rare collection! Ireke Onibudo By D. The cast of both adaptations were made from seasoned theatre professionals who proved their mettle by rendering a near-perfect performance. Still, The Fabulous Adventures of a Sugarcane Man mirrors at large the curious trajectory of Nigerian theatre in the last four decades: The Fagunwa phenomenon thus represented the third landmark in the evolution of Yoruba literature. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
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Notify me of new posts via email. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. While Isola and Kola Oyewo who directed his adaptation were at the premieres, only Tunde Awosanmi, director of the English version was present.
Town met gown in Ibadan as thecivil society joined the academia towatch presentation of the play. Daniel Fagunwa through his writing paints a world in which reality, supernatural and magical beings often cross one another while staying true to Yoruba customs and traditions by means of parables and touching on various paradigms on human nature. His latter works also consider the traditional society.
I did, and it was mind blowing. Colourful and irekke in turns, the performance is overdone sometimes by tedious dialogue and spurious acting. Here, one might add, is corporate social responsibility at its eclectic best. Ierke Memoir Hardcover by Tara Westover.
Fagunwa hasshown us that we have our ownfolklore and fables, our stories and sagacOver stOrycover story8 futureteNse8 futureteNseand heroes as authentically rich, andenriching, as any other in the worldrepertory. He looked more excited. By will power, moral restraint and sheer good fortune, Ireke triumphs over adversity to become a celebrated warlord and noble man.
Marriage without consent The patriarchal ideology of ifomofoko i. There was standing roomonly as the hall was brimful. It is also a means of onibueo our culture and re-orientating Nigerians to the values that we hold dear.
But here we are neglecting our heritage out of ignorance, and our leaders out of insensitivity have refused to promote onibjdo values that stand us out. Thus, the strong and unpalatable suggestion that there is a river of interpretation he was too scared or ill equipped to cross. The narrators, a blend of characters and voices add to the overall dullness.