Stella Dimoko Jide Kosoko,Doris Simeon,Zani Challie Set For Metallic 1.0 Stage Play


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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Jide Kosoko,Doris Simeon,Zani Challie Set For Metallic 1.0 Stage Play

All is set to have the best of stage productions on Sunday December 18th, 2016 

Veteran Nollywood actor Jide Kosoko would be joined by multiple award winning actress Doris Simeon, Malawian born South Africa Diva Zani Challe, South Africa Tinsel actress Thandekile Maseko and CEO, Eagles House Global Resources Alayande Stephen T. in a Black Image Theatre Productions and Origin Gardens collaborative efforts tagged Peace of the Grave Yard all at the Origin Gardens, 1-2, Prince Abiola Kosoko Crescent, off Oba Sekunmade Road, Ebute, By Oando Filling Station, Ikorodu, Lagos State.

Organizers have stated that there will be two shows on the said day, the first which is the Matinee is between 3.00pm and 5.30pm, Red Carpet starts by 5.30pm and the main Command Performance will be between 6.30pm and 8.30pm.

The Stage Play is one of the numerous initiatives and part of the build-up activities that will herald the Pan-Africa Theatre Festival (TAF) come 2017. The stage play is written by Thompson Tabi, directed by Paul O.J Uwagbai and it is powered by TheatreMania Africa Festival (TAF). The nite will feature a lot of activities from comedy to music performance, dance, poetry rendition/ spoken word, ewi chanting etc. Indeed, it is a nite of pot-pourri of activities. The nite will feature specially the dance group called Born To Succeed.

In the word of Zani Challe (TAF Ambassador from Malawi) during one of the rehearsals few days ago, she said "I am extremely grateful to God and the organizers of TAF for being part of this production especially as one of the eight (8) TAF Ambassadors across Africa and being shortlisted to be part of this stage play. This will be my first stage production in Nigeria and I am looking forward to this collaborative effort of working with other A-List Nigerian actors like Jide Kosoko and Doris Simeon especially using a platform like stage production, it is huge, so my advice to people is that you can't afford to miss the stage play come December 18th, 2016, she concluded".


Peace of the graveyard was written basically to describe the Nigerian situation. We have found out that over the years the Nigerian situation is nothing but a man made situation that can be remedied by man and that “man” to remedy the situation are the people of this great country that has been richly endowed by the almighty.

It is an usual play that relies so much on the narration of an omnipresent and all seeing narrator who guides the audience through the length and breadth of the play. The play takes us to 1960 “when the union jack was lowered and the green white green was elevated….” It continues.. “little did we know that we were elevating sectionalism, ethnicism, barbarism, and even “corruptism” and any other “isms” you can come up with.”


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