Seasoned actress, Zara Udofia-Ejoh, might have for long been confident that she could rattle the audience with suspense and surprise any day. Good for her because she is a committed artist. But the same genre is capable of teasing her with a big surprise.
This she learnt on March 27 when the National Association of Nigerian Theatre Arts Practitioners played a fast game on her. It was at the World Theatre Day, where, with the support of the Lagos State Government, NANTAP staged Efua Sutherland’s popular play, Marriage of Anansewa. The performance by the Ghana National Theatre, which collaborated with NANTAP, was held at the MUSON Centre, Lagos. Read more