Dark times are over?: (a topical drama)
Dark Times Are Over? satirizes the decay in the university system and the larger society: prostitution, cultism, religious zealotry and injustice.
An indecently dressed young lady, Beatrice, is raped by cultists led by Yepa 1 and Yepa 2. They are arrested but only Yepa 1 is brought to court for trial, because the presiding judge is the auntie of Yepa 2. The lady judge bribes the police to have her nephew released. The interrogation of this act by the playwright leads to a change in the social system.
The play is a sad commentary on the social, political and legal systems of the Nigerian society.
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actors Adetoro Tosin Agbe Agboola Christy Ah ah Ajeyomi Victor Ajon Players alapa Ankpa Anwana Elizabeth Area boys audience to join Baba Baby back stage Bad Company Beatrice Beeni behaviours can't touch cast Chief Christian Sister Clerk Corporal Couchi couchi Court Audience dance Dark dey feel Director Elimi loruko awon Elo Elo elo Fatoyinbo Ore-Ofe Godfather guilty Igbala ofe lamu innocent Jaycee Judge Justice Komolafe kill Kogi Ladies and Gentlemen leave Light dims loi loi lomo madam malaika MANAGER Member Moslem Brother naira Narrator obele Odaju land Officer ogun Ogungbemi Toluwabori Ogunjimi Henry Okay Olorioko Olu Obafemi people's court Performing Arts play police Porter production Prosecutor raped Rasheed Abiodun Musa rehearsal Sanyo sanyo SCENE social society song Soo soo eh tell Thank theatre think say Translation turned ultimate power University of Ilorin University to learn walks Wetin What's Yepa Yes sir