Theatre Director and Researcher ( Feminist/gender discourse , Theatre for social change )
Kofoworola Owokotomo is a Nigeria based Theatre artist with over three years experience in directing educational and professional plays. She is committed to using Theatre as a tool to Foster social development in Nigeria . Her works explores Theatre praxis for social change and Feminist/ gender discourse . She has directed plays such as Eve Ensler's "The vagina monologues , Euripides' "Trojan women" and several others , she also works with communities to create performances aimed at addressing social issues; she worked with Igbo Oloyin community, Ibadan, Nigeria in 2020 to address the issue of drug abuse and the need for education in the community, in 2019 , she worked with Abadina Community in the Southern Western region of Nigeria to address the issue of Tribalism and pollution in the community . She graduated with a bachelor degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2020. she is currently a Research Intern in Theatre Emissary International Research Hub.