Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Terra Kulture as part of the Theatre@Terra project in collaboration with Jasonvision presents

A Gathering Of Eagles

3 Icons of African Theatre

Zulu Sofola/Femi Osofisan/Ahmed Yerima

(Live Drama every Sunday, October-December/13 Legendary Stage Plays)

Sunday October 7-
The Engagement
written by Femi Osofisan/directed by Sunkanmi Adebayo

Sunday October 14-
The Wizard of Law
written by Zulu Sofola/directed by Gbenga Adekanmbi

Sunday October 21-
written by Ahmed Yerima/directed by Segun Adefila

Sunday October 28-
The Twist
written by Ahmed Yerima/directed by Wole Oguntokun

Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island
Time: 3pm and 6pm (Every Sunday)
Tickets: N2000 / Students with I.D. N1500

Theatre@Terra is produced by Wole Oguntokun

For enquiries and tickets, please call- 0802 301 3778, 01-897 1691 or e-mail


Babawilly said...

Do you sleep at all? Na wa o. When I appear Lagos you will have to field a urine sample for drug screen o. Ehen.
All the best on the new projects.

Isi said...

well done laspapi, you are contributing immensely to nigerian art. ur dedication is inspiring. i shall repent of my nigerian ways (always busy, never having enough time to unwind), and come for one of your shows. then i shall introduce myself and remind you of a long time ago when you came to Festac to visit one small girl who was trying to improve her script-writing skills!

laspapi said...

Thanks babawilly- I sleep o! At the law school, my room-mate had a cousin who told her kin, "your room-mate's (me) always asleep when I come here". A doctor once told me my ability to lie down on a (clean) couch anywhere I can find one, is what keeps me going. I believe him. I have 2 vices- theatre/reading/writing/tv/cinema and sleep.

@ isi- You have my interest, Isi. I came to Festac? A long time ago?It will be good to see you and to recall.

Mona said...

wish i cd attend :-/

thanks for stopping by on my blog

check out my new post on my friend's nysc registration process - HILARIOUS xxx

princesa said...

Tickets: N2000 / Students with I.D. N1500.
Bloggers nko? I hope free!
Would love to attend if i find the time.

catwalq said...

My mom was taught by Zulu Sofola and she was the lead in a play that was a collabo between Queen's School Ede and the University of Ibadan...something about xmas...

great job bringing all these together.luv ya
have a greay day

laspapi said...

hello mona, how've you been? Been to your site already.

@ princesa- hope to see you there sometime soon. Bloggers free ke? You guys have money.

@ catwalq- Never met Prof Zulu Sofola, but have read a great deal about her lately. The play must have been "The Disturbed peace at Christmas". I paused after reading what you wrote and wondered how it must have been for them in that production. Theatre does that to me.

I thought I'd wake up thetre enthusiasts all around the land with these major writers. How are you, love?

CATWALQ a.k.a LAGBA-JESS said...

My mom loved the experience. That was for her, a one time sojourn into near fame. She was about fifteen and was running lines and playing the love interest with men in the university.
She played a girl who gets pregnant for her co-star in a school play where she is the virgin mary.

*sob* I miss my mummy

laspapi said...

@ catwalq- I think I'll stage that play at Christmas.

CATWALQ a.k.a LAGBA-JESS said...

My mother will faint

laspapi said...

It's on, catwa'q.