THE FOURTH WALL - AN INTERESTING HANG OUT WITH SAMUEL

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AN INTERESTING HANG OUT WITH SAMUEL


I was privileged to be behind the scene of a lovely movie in still in the offing and I watched how this young man professionally delivers his services especially when he switches on his British accent – oh my... lol. I wasn’t the only on admiring but I made it a duty to be the first to shoot my shot at the Abuja based actor. Read below what he divulged. 

Sandra T. Adeyeye: How would you like to be introduced?

Samuel: I like to be known as Samuel mc blaq Akawo.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Did you study theatre art?

Samuel: No I didn’t.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: How long have you been practicing?

Samuel: I have been practicing for about 15 years but 7 years professionally. 

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Do you do stage or screen productions? 

Samuel: I do both stage and screen.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: What's the difference and their challenges?

Samuel: In Screen, mistakes can easily be corrected by cut and join but in stage you have to be 100% or nothing. The challenges are just too many I can’t even begin to count. You can always find locations for screen, but stage requires a structure which is overtly scarce at present.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: If you could go back in time, is there anything you would do differently? (Do you regret being a thespian and would you change it if you could?)

Samuel I would want to go back to study theater art.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: What's your favorite play text?

Samuel: Wizard of law 

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Now to the quick questions. What's your favorite movie?

Samuel: The visit 

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Who's your favorite actor, director, dop/lightsman, costumier and set designer?

Samuel: Olu Jacobs, Cabal Esosa, Toka Macbora, Ngozi, Johnson White.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Who's your favorite comedian and why?

Samuel: Basket mouth - because of his imaginations, creativity And originality.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Are you a member of any body governing performance in Nigeria?

Samuel: Nantap and actors guild of Nigeria.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: And your last words to NiWco readers.

Samuel: The Nigerian entertainment industry is growing. With Niwco and its likes, plus support from every Nigerians to our own plays and movies, the sky is just but a starting point.

Sandra T. Adeyeye: Okay... Thanks for your time

Samuel: Thanks for having me too.

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Facebook – Samuel Princeyblaq Akawo.
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SANDRA T. ADEYEYE, Author and Founder of NiWco_street
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