Theatre Practice and Social Adjustment in Nigeria
Current global stress has pushed both individual and social systems to limits. A plethora of schema has been tried for effective adjustment, particularly in Nigeria. `Most times the structures of adjustments are either untried processes or failed praxis from the western mileaux. Therefore, there is the renewed interest in exploring local institutions, resources and managers as contribution to the process of development based on local resources and cost saving production based on the aspirations of the people. The methodology employed is heuristic in providing a framework for utilizing local alternatives in the pursuit of national development. The modest recommendation is that local processes are rational and possess the right capabilities to sustain improvement in quality life in Nigeria.
Key words: Theatre, Practice, Social, Adjustment
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