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First book "Old Wines Are Tasty: A Play" was published in 1981.

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Old Wines Are Tasty: A Play
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′Zulu Sofola (22 June 1935 - 5 September 1995) was the first published female Nigerian playwright and dramatist. Sofola was also a university teacher and became the first female Professor of Theater Arts in Africa. Nwazuluwa Onuekwuke Sofola was born in Bendel State to parents who were Igbo from Issele-Uku in Delta State.

Spending her adolescence and early womanhood in the USA, she studied at South ′Zulu Sofola (22 June 1935 - 5 September 1995) was the first published female Nigerian playwright and dramatist. Sofola was also a university teacher and became the first female Professor of Theater Arts in Africa. Nwazuluwa Onuekwuke Sofola was born in Bendel State to parents who were Igbo from Issele-Uku in Delta State.

Spending her adolescence and early womanhood in the USA, she studied at Southern Baptist Seminary, earned a BA in English at Virginia Union University and an MA in drama (1965) from The Catholic University of America. She returned to Nigeria in 1966, and was a lecturer in the Department of Theatre Arts at the University of Ibadan, Oyo State, where she obtained a PhD. She also taught Drama at the University of Ilorin, Kwara state, Nigeria, where she was appointed Head of Department for the Performing Arts.

Sofola was a singer, dancer, as well as a prolific playwright. She wrote and directed many plays for stage and television, including her own work, such as King Emene. Her plays "range from historical tragedy to domestic comedy and use both traditional and modern African setting".

She uses "elements of magic, myth and ritual to examine conflicts between traditionalism and modernism in which male supremacy persists". She was considered one of the most distinguished women in Nigerian literature. Sofola's most frequently performed plays are Wedlock of the Gods (1972) and The Sweet Trap (1977), She died in 1995 at the age of 60.

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