‘54 Silhouettes’ play gets into United Solo Festival

It showed at the British Council of Nigeria’s Lagos Theatre Festival earlier this year

Playwright, screenwriter, and theatre director Africa Ukoh’s award-winning play ‘54 Silhouettes’ has made its way to New York City as part of the United Solo Festival, the annual international festival highlighting solo theatre performances through a “variety of one-person shows.” It makes history as the First Nigerian Play to show at this Festival.

54 Silhouettes—which was adapted into a one-man play after originally featuring five actors—has been on the circuit since 2011 and has racked up several accolades since it first premiered. It showed at the British Council of Nigeria’s Lagos Theatre Festival earlier this year and in Rio de Janeiro at the International Theatre Institute’s Network of Emerging Artists and Professionals Festival in 2018.

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