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The use of songs and dance in Femi Osofisan's women of Owu
Weegy: WOMEN OF OWU re-enacts the bitter and gory historical experiences of the people of the then Owu Kingdom which happened sometimes around 1821. [ What is shown in this play is the aftermath experiences of war, the defeat and the accompanied sorrow and pangs of the survivors whole are women of nobility and beauty. ] User: The use of songs and dance in Femi Osofisan's women of Owu Weegy: brectian User: The use of songs and dance in Femi Osofisan's women of Owu Weegy: Femi Osofisan's play Women of Owu is a "re-reading" of Euripides's Women of Troy. Although the play was commissioned for a British production, Osofisan communicates with his compatriots as well. [ [ [ [ [ In order to reach both categories of spectators he works with two different semiotic systems. The systems function separately, but for spectators conversant with both systems, they enhance each other. The essay analyzes the 2004 London production and discusses the perception of some hypothetical groups of spectators and the skill with which Osofisan?and the director Chuck Mike?guided the interpretative strategies and so made it possible for the spectators, in spite of their different competences, to see the production as lashing out against mankind's habits of solving conflicts by means of war, be it in the European Athens of antiquity, in the nineteenth-century Yoruba Kingdom of Owu, or in present-day conflicts around the world.Thank you ] ] ] ] ] (More)
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