oa Alternation - Introduction

Volume 4, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1023-1757



Countering the tendency that contemporary African theatre is only that published with roots in Western dramatic, Mzo Sirayi suggests that this delusion may be rectified by including oral and performance theatre in indigenous languages in curricula. As the disabled comrade in culture-related studies, such a focus may importantly contribute to the appreciation of the dramatic patterns integral to human life and the African cultural heritage. African theatre as communal act is illustrated in view of oral narratives, indigenous African wedding celebrations and the African indigenous doctors' celebration.

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