Learn more about Oluwadamilola: Oluwadamilola created a youtube video with directions for registering for the conference at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXlXDRPtQKM Check out the promotion video: https://youtu.be/_HL8qte7nrU If you would like to watch the performance or join a workshop please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Oluwadamilola is such a skilled performer and a wonderfully giving actor. He is someone truly making the world a better place. Follow him on Facebook and like his page Playback Nigeria and check out their website http://www.playbacknigeria.com/ and email them email@example.com
Meet Oluwadamilola Apotieri, a wonderful humanitarian, improviser and so much more. Listen to how he got into improv, became a pioneer of virtual improv, teaching kids, playing in the virtual space versus in person, using theatre as a tool for social justice and more. We met through our mutual friend, Beth Boynton, RN Oluwadamilola speaks of his childhood and passion for playing and performing. He put on his first show at age 7 and by 9 years old had his own TV show. As challenging as the pandemic is, it has also provided some amazing opportunities. He is part of the team that organized the online edition of the yearly Nigerian Children Theatre festival. This is taking place May 27 and May 28 and there’s still time to register. This is an exciting festival that you won’t want to miss! He and his team have been rehearsing online with a small group of delightful Nigerian students over the last couple of months.
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