Omohemi wrote an interesting review of the play.
Points to note-
The play lasted about 75 minutes.
Stella, actually, is a graduate of the Creative Arts.
The play, even though using the tack of marriage, is about gender relations.
Stefan Cramer, Director of the Heinrich Boell Foundation in Nigeria saw through our veil. See his quote below-
once we saw and heard the reaction of the audience to your play, it became very, very entertaining and clear to us that this was much more than soap-opera on stage. And we left the show thinking that probably such plays are worth much more in terms of impact in gender relations than lengthy (and sometimes boring) workshops and conferences and gender stereotypes or political correctness in gender relations.
Thank you very much for this enlightening evening. We hope to see more of your work. The cast too was excellent and very commanding. It is pity that it is shown only once, for all the effort which has gone into it. It should be shown to high school kids together with a gender debate at the end, and it should tour the country.
All the very best. I hope the tape came out nicely, it could work very well for gender debates.
Read Omohemi's review here
Storm, whom the play is dedicated to, read the script many times and had some interesting observations too. Maybe she'll want to add something to Omohemi's, sometime.
ps. That pic of the "angry kid" on your blog frightens me. Its a carry-over from childhood, I think.