Last Sunday, I saw #Satan. No, not the mythological being that is mostly the culprit for man's hideous activities. I saw Satan, the comedy stageplay written by the enigmatic #JoyIsiBewaji. Be prepared for a surprise if you're ever going to predict what to expect from Joy's creative factory brought to life. That's a testament to her prowess at telling everyday stories in a style that is easily understood and enjoyed yet jarring enough to leave you thinking. Simplicity is an art only a few creative persons are able to master and Joy's array of skills, blended with such precision that delivers the play's message concisely, exemplifies that ability.
Though Joy's attempt at divorcing her writer's persona from the characterization of the play was a near-perfect feat, it was, nevertheless, obvious in the character brought to life by the delectable @ursulaugele, who personified the voice that is synonymous with the humour often found in Joy's writing. So, there. There's that footprint.
I know Joy has other plays lined up for the rest of the year and if you're looking for something entertaining and remarkably different from the norm in #Lagos, you should include them on your itenerary as the year winds down. I plan to.
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