SEMIOTICS OF SET DESIGN IN OLA ROTIMI'S "THE GODS ARE NOT TO BLAME" PRODUCTION

  • Type: Project
  • Department: Theatre Arts
  • Project ID: THA0067
  • Access Fee: ₦5,000 ($14)
  • Pages: 52 Pages
  • Format: Microsoft Word
  • Views: 848
  • Report This work

For more Info, call us on
+234 8130 686 500
or
+234 8093 423 853

ABSTRACT

Set design spices up theatrical performances especially as a significant requirement. The contribution of set design to the overall success of performances on stage is inevitable as demonstrated in available literature. In spite of this contribution, set design has been neglected by many theatre practitioners, a problem which has necessitated this study. Therefore, this research looks into the semiotics of set design in the theatrical production of Ola Rotimi 's The Gods Are Not To Blame as directed by Rasaki Ojo Bakare. It is basically meant to project the effect of design in theatrical production. This study uses Participant Observation and In-Depth Interview methods of data collection. Relevant literary materials will also he consulted to help elucidate the subject matter. Through these relevant methods, this study stresses on the relevance of set design to any theatre production, as it is hinged on the theory of semiotics as perceived by different scholars such as John Locke, Umberto Eco and Ferdinard Dessasure.

Using qualitative method of data analysis which is applicable to the art and humanities, his study concludes that, the use of set design in the theatre is inevitable in theatrical production, because this research has found out that set design tends to attract the audience more than any other aspect of a production. Set design also depicts the crust of the play text with the use of physical visual images in theatre as a major factor which influences the rate at which the audience understands .

SEMIOTICS OF SET DESIGN IN OLA ROTIMI'S "THE GODS ARE NOT TO BLAME" PRODUCTION
For more Info, call us on
+234 8130 686 500
or
+234 8093 423 853

Share This
  • Type: Project
  • Department: Theatre Arts
  • Project ID: THA0067
  • Access Fee: ₦5,000 ($14)
  • Pages: 52 Pages
  • Format: Microsoft Word
  • Views: 848
Payment Instruction
Bank payment for Nigerians, Make a payment of ₦ 5,000 to

Bank GTBANK
gtbank
Account Name Obiaks Business Venture
Account Number 0211074565

Bitcoin: Make a payment of 0.0005 to

Bitcoin(Btc)

btc wallet
Copy to clipboard Copy text

500
Leave a comment...

    Details

    Type Project
    Department Theatre Arts
    Project ID THA0067
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 52 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

    Related Works

    ABSTRACT Set design spices up theatrical performances especially as a significant requirement. The contribution of set design to the overall success of performances on stage is inevitable as demonstrated in available literature. In spite of this contribution, set design has been neglected by many theatre practitioners, a problem which has... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Set design spices up theatrical performances especially as a significant requirement. The contribution of set design to the overall success of performances on stage is inevitable as demonstrated in available literature. In spite of this contribution, set design has been neglected by many theatre practitioners, a problem which has... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Set design spices up theatrical performances especially as a significant requirement. The contribution of set design to the overall success of performances on stage is inevitable as demonstrated in available literature. In spite of this contribution, set design has been neglected by many theatre practitioners, a problem which has... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The Balme library is the main library of the University of Ghana. It is the Country's premier University library and renders a wide range of services to the academic community. Although provision offacilities and staffing appear to be adequate there seem to be less emphasis on service delivery. So far it appears that no effort has been... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT The study investigated the role of stress, personality and self blame on suicidal ideation among prison inmates. Two hundred and ninety six (296) prison inmates (males= 258, females= 38) drawn from two prison yards in Anambra State, participated in this study. Four scales were used for data collection namely; Perceived Stress Scale (PSS),... Continue Reading
    This work examine the themes and style employs by Okey Ndibe in Foreign Gods Inc. which captures or demonstrates the contemporary decadence in Nigeria and Nigerians in diaspora as well as Africa as a whole. However, this work basically uses qualitative methodology of textual analysis of the novel, Foreign Gods Inc. It adopts the formalistic... Continue Reading
    This work examine the themes and style employs by Okey Ndibe in Foreign Gods Inc. which captures or demonstrates the contemporary decadence in Nigeria and Nigerians in diaspora as well as Africa as a whole. However, this work basically uses qualitative methodology of textual analysis of the novel, Foreign Gods Inc. It adopts the formalistic... Continue Reading
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY             Literature in South Africa during the time of Jack Mapanje was protest literature. It has it roots in the unique political... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This work seeks to showcase the prevalent political situation in apartheid South Africa. The study examines two primary tests - The Chattering Wagtail of Mikuyu Prison and Of Chameleons and Gods written by Jack Mapanje. The project work brings to fore the rigorous pain and torture which the people of South Africa and political freedom... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT An equipment design project was carried out to design an inverter (Bioreator) or the production of 100,00 metric tones per year of ethanol from sugar cane. An inverter is a part of process equipment used in ethanol production from sugar cane. While the rest process equipment include crusher, filter, centrifuge, fermented, distribution... Continue Reading
    Call Us
    Get this work
    whatsappWhatsApp Us