Man Enough (Live in Lagos)




Most people think men don’t cry; but most people are wrong. Every day, men all over the world buckle under the burden of trying to be ‘man enough’. The pressure of trying to meet up with the ever increasing demands of an insensitive and over demanding society continues to weigh down the modern man:
Man Enough is a monologue in three voices. It is the voice of the man crying to be heard, yelling to be saved from a world that thinks he is ‘Super Man’; it is the story of man and the fear to speak; it is the story of man speaking for the first time.
Bruno is your everyday alpha male; old, egoistic, rich, full of himself and ready to play. But under the puffed underbelly is a morbid fear he is desperately trying to hide;
Owoisho comes to you as a regular guy who is trying to run a more-than-regular studio. But to achieve the more-than-regular-dream, you must do the more-than-regular…or not. With his world trying to explode before his very eyes, time may not be on his side;
Thino lives in a world where it is better to deny the existence of your reality by putting on the religious cloak; a typical example of religion being the opium…but this opium will wear off soon and he will be faced with the reality of the choices he has to make.