Synopsis

The Night Dwellers

Tosin Adeniran

Published by Cyberpress

Large Mixed Cast
The Night Dwellers presents the struggle between the proletariats and the bourgeoisie

Jegbonran, Oge and Lara represent modern day freedom fighters

The play is set in an indigenous Africa community and begins with a celebration in the palace

During this celebration we are introduced to Lyaloja, who stands as the representative of the King to the marketers

He has enormous authority, which cannot be questioned by the marketers

Jegbonran sees this as an act of oppression and will do anything to get the marketers on his side to stop an atrocity being committed by Lyaloja and the palace

Jegbonran has Lara and Oge on his side to carry out this task

In the midst of incessant raid by the Wolewole - the King's soldiers - the marketers need to be convinced to stand against the oppressive nature of the land

TO READ THE OPENING SCENES, click here

Browse Library

About Stageplays

Stageplays offers you the largest collection of Plays & Musicals in the world.

Based in the UK and the USA, we’ve been serving the online theatre community since the last century. We’re primarily a family-run business and several of us also work in professional theatre.

But we’re all passionate about theatre and we all work hard to share that passion with you and the world’s online community.

Subscribe to our theatre newsletter

We'll email you regular details of new plays and half-price special offers on a broad range of theatre titles.

Shipping

We can deliver any play in print to any country in the world - and we ship from both the US and the UK.

© 2010 - 2022 Stageplays, Inc.