Wakaa: The Story of 6 Nigerian Graduates

Discover the spectacular musical by Bolanle Austen-Peters.

By Terra Kulture

"... I'll always love you" (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Wakaa!

The Musical Wakaa! is a play about the trials, successes and experiences of six graduates with varied backgrounds, a wager between them after graduation has a twist when the realities of life and the folly of their choices hit them. Eventually, they reunite, coming full circle.

Wakaa! The Musical'' Live in London (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

The story reveals the struggles and challenges young people face in present-day Nigeria and abroad.

The Spotlight (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Here three dancers stand under the beaming spotlight in the opening scene.

A choir rendition (2016-02-05)Terra Kulture

The choir sing with passion.

Wakaa! The Musical'' in London (2016) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Wakaa! takes you on an emotional roller coaster and is a strong satire of Nigeria’s politics.

Prof. Jojoba (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Prof. Jojoba campaigning for Deputy Governor.

Political Rally (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Otunba Sagae and Mama ke campaigning during a governorship election

Graduation Celebration (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

Characters 'Tosan' and Ngozi celebrate their graduation.

New York Shopping (2017) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

The musical highlights the incredible nature and determination of Nigerian women.

A Traditional Wedding (2015) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

A marriage ceremony showcases traditional Nigerian culture.

A Love Song (2015) by BAP ProductionsOriginal Source: Terra Kulture

A husband displays his love to his wife.

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