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Creolisations in Nigerian theatre

Victor Samson Dugga

Creolisations in Nigerian theatre

by Victor Samson Dugga

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Published by E. Breitinger in Bayreuth .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Theater and society -- Nigeria -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Theater -- Nigeria -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Nigerian drama (English) -- 20th century -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementVictor Samson Dugga.
      SeriesBayreuth African studies series,, 61
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2993.4 .D84 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination197 p. ;
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3758502M
      ISBN 103927510726
      LC Control Number2003458234
      OCLC/WorldCa50121548

      A. Chris Abani (born ), novelist, playwright and poet; Chinua Achebe (–), novelist, poet and critic; Catherine Obianuju Acholonu (born ), academic; Remi Adedeji (born ), children's writer and academic editor; Abimbola Adelakun, novelist; Sade Adeniran, novelist and filmmaker; Saheed Aderinto (born ), author and academic; Akin Adesokan, novelist and scholar. This book is aimed at amateur and professional dramatists, educational institutions, and other actors in the world of theatre in Nigeria. It presents an African orientated approach to the relatively new study of creative and performing arts from contemporary literary and traditional perspectives; and integrates traditional theatre practices with modern models, influenced by foreign practice.

      The culture of Nigeria is shaped by Nigeria's multiple ethnic country has languages, seven of them are extinct. Nigeria also has over dialects and ethnic groups. The six largest ethnic groups are the Hausa and Fulani in the north, the Igbo in the southeast, and the Yoruba predominate in the southwest, the Tiv people of North Central Nigeria and the Efik - Ibibio. The emergence of movies in Nigeria dates back to the late 19 th century and into the colonial era in the 20 th century. Read Also: How to Start a Movie Acting School (Film Academy) in Nigeria. List of Movie Theatres and Cinemas in Nigeria – Photo Source: Nigeria now has one of the biggest film industry in world.

        The history of Nigerian art dates back years before the Nigerian man conceptualised such creations as art. There are numerous traditional artwork and origins. Nigerian art heavily explores stone, wood and glass carvings, pottery, wire works, and paintings. Significant Nigerian art are Nok Art, Ife Art, and Benin Art. The results indicate that the two groups favor the depiction of Nigerian/African cultures over other themes; yet, Nigerians in South Africa disfavor the reality of Nollywood movies. The disliked aspects of these films were repetition, poor quality and the supernatural.


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Editor. Yemi Ogunbiyi. Publisher. Nigeria Magazine, ISBN. Length. The evolution of theatre, TV and film in Nigeria is in consonance with William George Jordan’s assertion in The Power of Peace that Charles Darwin’s book, The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, was inspired by Thomas Malthus’s Essay on the Principle of Population.

Emmanuel Samu Creolisations in Nigerian theatre book, PhD, is a widely published scholar, theatre/film critic, director, and is President, Nigerian section, of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC), theatre Professor and foundation chair, Department of Theatre and Cultural Studies, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria.

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As Chinua Achebe said in a interview, “If you. Nigerian theatre deals with three types of themes: the fantastic folktale, the farcical social satire, and the historical or mythological account derived from oral tradition.

Generally speaking, both text and music evolved from a synthesis of liturgies from different religious sects. Technical Theatre Practice in Nigerian University Theatres Article (PDF Available) in EJOTMAS Ekpoma Journal of Theatre and Media Arts 6() November with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

that notable theatre practitioners like the d oyen of Nigerian theatre, Hubert Ogunde and his pedigrees, Kola Ogunmola, The film is an adaptation of a book of the same title by the. "Creolization and Pidginization as Concepts of Language, Culture and Identity" published on 20 Feb by Brill.

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The Nok Culture, which settled near the Benue River and believed to be one of the earliest reminiscence of the ancient human settlement in Nigeria is said to inspire the growth of cultural activities in Nigeria.

Olu, Obafemi, in his book, Contemporary Nigerian Theatre; Cultural Heritage and social Vision () maintains that “The issue of ideological departures between the old generation and the younger generation of dramatists have continued to generate debate” (Obafemi,12) He. The book will be particularly useful as a key text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in non-western theatre and performance (where this includes African theatre and performance), and would be a very useful resource for theatre scholars and anyone interested in.

The National Theatre is an architectural masterpiece and a cultural landmark located at Iganmu, in the heart of Lagos. It is easily accessible from every corner of the city.

Covering an area of ab square meters and standing well over 31 meters tall, the multipurpose National Theatre was established for the preservation, presentation and [ ]. Live theatre in Nigeria is in a declining state because of the absence of patronage from Nigerian audiences.

A lot of reasons have been advanced for this phenomenon such as the rise of the television and video mediums, the security situation in the country, poor quality of. Set amidst the Nigerian-Biafran war, the book chronicles its everyday horrors through the differing lives of its four protagonists.

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Nigerians became fully involved in the production of films and bythe first indigenous feature film, “KONGI’S HARVEST”, written by Wole Soyinka, was produced in Nigeria. Though it was directed by an American and many of its crew members were foreigners but as time went.

The first solid coinages of critical and theoretical canons of the Nigerian theatre came from Clark’s Aspects of the Nigerian Theatre (), Soyinka’s From a Common Backcloth and Toward a True Theatre (), long before the seminal study Myth, Literature and the African World ().