The Making of a Dramatist
Wale Ogunyemi belongs to a family where tradition is held in high esteem.
 
 
Wale Ogunyemi has twenty published plays, twenty film scripts and almost a hundred yet-to-be published plays to his credit. Many of his yet-to-be published plays have been staged at one point or the other.
  1. The Scheme (Longman, 1967); 
  2. Poor Little Bird, (Allen and Unwin, London 1967)
  3. Aare Akogun (a Yoruba adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, 1969);
  4. Esu Elegbara (Orisun (Acting) Editions, 1970)
  5. Ijaiye War (Orisun acting Editions,1970),
  6. Obaluaye: a bi-lingual music drama (Institute of African Studies, Caxton Press(1972)
  7. The Divorce: a domestic drama (Onibonoje Press,1977)
  8. Business Headache, (Adeyeye Print, Oshogbo Press,1967)
  9. Be Mighty Be Mine, (“Nigeria Magazine”, Lagos, 1968)
  10. Sign of the Rainbow,
  11. Kiriji, (African University Press, 1976)
  12. The Divorce(1978 Onibonoje Press),
  13. Langbodo(Thomas Nelson, Lagos,1980)
  14. The Vow (Macmillan,1985)
  15. Eniyan: an adaptation of the Medieval Everyman (Ibadan University Press, 1987)
  16. Partners in Business
  17. We can Always Create,
  18. The Fish Bone
  19. Queen Amina of Zauzau(University Press,2000)
  20. Igbesi Aye Okonkwo (A Yoruba translation of Chinua Achebe’s Things fall
  1. The Vow (1970)
  2. The Divorce (1977)
  3. Ipade (1977)
  4. Ida Ahun (1982)
  5. Eni A Wifun (1984)
  6. Langbodo (1986)
  7. Cult of the Buffalo (1992)
  8. Teni N Teni (1994)
  9. The Ultimate (1995)
  10. Ire Olokun (1996)
  11. Simia (1996)
  12. Darker Night (1996)
  13. Ayo Ni Mofe (1996)
  14. Imputation (1996)
  15. Ebenezer (1997)
  16. Sango (1997)
  17. Aramotu (1997)
  18. Queen Amina of Zauzau (1998)
  19. Ko Saaye (1998)
  20. Alagba Benjamin (1999)
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