Odenigbo Theater based in New York, came out with a stage presentation of the play Wedlock of the Gods by Zulu Safola, under the Direction of our own Oliver Mbamara, Produced by Tony Duru.
On Saurday April 12, 2003, at the Aging in America Theater, Pelham Parkway, Bronx, New York. The event was widely attended, and marked a significant outing of African cultural plays in New York City and the tri-stae area.
African dance and choreography was by Sesan Lekan Ogunkoya, Lorna Liddie.
The women gossip about Uloko and Ogwoma
Onowu family attempts a settlement, but it gets out of hand as Ibekwe
(Tony Duru) warns Okolie (Alabi)BELOW
Ulok laments the for Ogwoma
Anwasia and Nneka find Ogwoma and even Ajuka, the great medicine man could
not save the situation
The men duel it out, as Okolie invokes the Gods,
but the women could only talk about it, BELOW.
Uloko goes on rampage, seeking to kill Odibei, but it is not too late?
Dance Choreographer, Lekan Sesan (assisted by Lorna) dishes out
instructions at the rehearsals. BELOW: Lady Ann leads the dance
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