Sunday, November 19, 2006

Our Kulture

Members of the Crown Troupe, a dance-theatre company, load their eqiupment on the Chariot of Fire, (their bus) after a performance at one of the leading Arts venues in the city, Terra Kulture. Posted by Picasa

CORA at Deji Toye's

CORA held a meeting at Deji's to, amongst other things, celebrate his birthday, his new apartment and his survival of his car falling more than 40 feet off the Apongbon bridge to the ground. The car was turned to a mess of warped metal but Deji walked away from it. In the picture from left are Chris Ihidero, Jahman Anikulapo and Deji Toye. Picture- Wole Oguntokun. Posted by Picasa

Friday, November 17, 2006

Highlife Party

The music legend, Sunny Ade meets with Sam Harvey of the British Council at O'Jez, the venue of the Great Highlife party organized by CORA, in honour of 'King' Sunny Ade, as he turned 60. Just behind Sunny Ade is another legend, Fatai Rolling Dollar (Won kere si number). Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Odewale (left) rejoices to see Alaka, the friend of his youth in 'The gods are not to blame'- Oct 28, Muson Centre Posted by Picasa

The gods...

Odewale (lanre dele-abrahams) teaches the people of Kutuje to war. "The gods are not to blame" was the official drama presentation in the 2006 Muson Arts Festival. Written by Ola Rotimi and directed by Wole Oguntokun, the cast had more than 50 members. See more pictures Posted by Picasa
A dance sequence in 'The Gods...' Posted by Picasa
The people of Kutuje weep as Odewale leaves with his children to purge the curse on the land. Posted by Picasa
Alaka, left, (Sola Iwaotan) pleads for his life as the Ogun Priest (Bayo Ogundele) interjects his body between Alaka and King Odewale (Lanre Dele-Abrahams).- The Gods are not to Blame. Muson Centre, Oct 28 Posted by Picasa
The chiefs and Alaka (seated) mourn Odewale's departure (The Gods are not to blame) Posted by Picasa