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CREATIVE DIRECTING AS DECONSTRUCTION: AN EXAMINATION OF BAKARE'S APPROACH TO WALE OGUNYEMI'S LANGBODO

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The relevance of creative directing cannot be over-emphasized, as it finds new meanings to an author's play text. Unfortunately. most dramatists view creative directing as a means of degrading their crea1i1•ework They believe that since they wrote the text, they understand its meanings belier than anyone. This study seeks lo correct that notion, with the theoretical concept of Derrida's deconstruction, a form of textual analysis which scrutinizes the dramatist textual inferences deeper than it was constructed with a pe1formance analysis of Bakare 's creative approach lo Wale Ogunyemi 's Langbodo. ft also endeavors to exemplify the writer and the creative director as both creative individuals ·whose destination differs. The writer writes for the reade1:,the creative director builds stage premises and placement for an audience. Hence the work of the faller exhumes a greater level of creative ingenuity. The study submits that creative directing is aform of textual transformation because, texts are written in words, and they can mean, infer and be interpreted in numerous dimensions. The study concludes among others that, the creative director as a deconstructor amends textual frailties before the theatre percipient who invariably are the reason behind any theatrical piece.

CREATIVE DIRECTING AS DECONSTRUCTION: AN EXAMINATION OF BAKARE'S APPROACH TO WALE OGUNYEMI'S LANGBODO

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Type Project
Department Theatre Arts
Project ID THA0019
Price ₦3,000 ($20)
No of Pages 54 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Theatre Arts
    Project ID THA0019
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 54 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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