Six Plays by Wole Soyinka
Six masterful works by the Nobel Prize-winning Nigerian playwright.
- Death and the King’s Horseman: ‘A transfixing work of modern world drama’ (Independent);
- Madmen and Specialists: ‘A luminous play, examining the way in which war exposes and clarifies human conduct’ (Observer);
- Opera Wonyosi, adapted from Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera: ‘Swaggering and scabrous, at once a verbal spree and a fierce assault on totalitarianism’ (Observer).
- The Trials of Brother Jero
- Jero’s Metamorphosis, classic comedies of modern Nigerian life based on the hilarious and manipulative transformations of a preacher,
- Camwood on the Leaves, a haunting radio play, which evokes a divided community.
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