When teenage children raised liberally in America finally have their father arrested for assault, he baits them with a trip home to Nigeria to visit their retired soldier grandfather. What unfolds is a clash of cultures and generations like you would not believe!
A teenager discovers that his fascination with magic and the supernatural is no mere fantasy. As he begins to explore his gift and his powers grow, he must decide whether he will be a force for good or bad to himself and the people around him who desperately need a ‘miracle’.
A conman’s car breaks down on the side of the road in a rough Nigerian suburb and all the devils he battles with, finally have him where they want him. His hilarious encounters with curious characters by day and wily wanderers of the night would be truly horrific, if they weren’t so funny! However, it is the demons he thought were long buried in his past, that come out of the creeks of the Niger Delta to confront him at the lowest point in his city life. Encountering the ‘spirit’ of his mother and the hard choices Najite has to make on this night in December, will determine whether he finds redemption from trouble or disappears into a black hole. One Chance in Mararaba is a comedy about a desperate man in a horrible mess and the story of beating the odds in Nigeria.
There has been a supposed murder in a small Nigeria town and Amede has been arrested following the death of her husband, Denis. While the police detective and the deceased’s neighbour, Osazuwa, conduct investigations, the women assigned to ‘watch and learn’ make startling discoveries about the accused and the deceased, which point to a most spectacular tale.
Okoye is trusted to carry the revered Ekpo mask at special festivals in his village – a most privileged and hallowed responsibility. However, he finds it increasingly difficult to distinguish between the awesome power of the spirit-mask and the ordinariness of his person. When finally he kills an innocent boy, Okoye discovers a Hyde-ing place for his condition.
Lola is a 37-year-old woman living at home with parents who want her to leave home for her own good. When they are forced to confront their own failings in marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Adams have no choice but to examine their own understanding of who a good wife is and whether their own union will last.
Two friends – one, a king and the other the descendant of kings. All is going well, except that the women in their lives upset the balance of politics and power, forcing the hand of fate. After 12 years in the cooler, this play about tradition, politics and faith produces mad twists and killer cliff-hanger! Showing to the public for the first time ever