Improvisation As A Strategy For Inventing Dynamic Solo Plays: A Study Of Tunji Sotimirin's Molue

G Mbajiorgu
2010 OGIRISI a New Journal of African Studies  
Tunji Sotimirin's pioneering work, Molue, set the pace for the development of one-actor theatre in Nigeria. Ever since, this theatrical genre has grown, attracting various shades of attention, but also encountering its own kind of problems. Through the use of observational design, this study focuses on the story, form, structure, language, character and characterization techniques employed in the making of Sotimirin's improvised solo play Molue. The study unveils how this laboratory oriented
more » ... oratory oriented artist conceptualises and actualises his one-actor oriented comic production.
doi:10.4314/og.v6i1.52337 fatcat:4co6xl42sjazvm4pkaiwmv2byq