Monday, 19 September 2016

UNILAG Students set to stage the play, ABIKU on 26 September

The students of department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos are set to stage the play, ABIKU. 
The event comes up on the 26th September 2016 at University of Lagos.
According to the organizers, ABIKU is the story phenomenon of the Yoruba people. It gives an insight on this peculiar topic that a lot of Nigerians shy away from. It exposes some truths and clarifies a lot of fallacies concerning Abiku. ABIKU means "A child that is born to die"! What are the reasons for the death of this child? How can it be controlled? What exactly is the meaning of Abiku? These are the questions that this spectacular play will answer on the stage that day.

The script is written by Moshood Oba for Group A for the Special (Final Year) Practical Project of the Department Of Creative Arts, University Of Lagos.

The venue for the stage play is the Creative Arts Auditorium, University of Lagos. The stage play kicks off by 5pm. It will be directed by Oko-Oboh Silvia & Adeniji Ibukun. The stage manager is Akinfolarin Rebecca. The leader of choreographers will be Tolulope Dallas.

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