Benjamin Seide Ajose is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Theatre and Performing Arts, Lagos State University of Education, and hails from Badagry local government of Lagos state. He had his early education at Cubic private school, Amukoko, and later proceeded to Gasikia College at Ijora Badia, Lagos for his secondary school Education. He obtained a National Certificate in Education [NCE] where he studied [THA/ENG] at Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, a  B.A. (H0ns), and a Master’s Degree, both in Theatre Arts at the University of Lagos. He is currently on another Master’s degree programme to specialise in directing, and acting in film & stage] in the Department of Theatre Arts and Music, Lagos State University, Ojo.

He is an early scholar who is ready to explore opportunities in academics to make a landmark in his chosen area of specialisation. He is a member of the independent television producer of Nigeria and a member of Laffomania, trailblazer of the stand-up comedy genre in Nigeria. He is an actor, director and aspiring filmmaker. He can work independently and is open to collaboration to achieve collective goals. He is married with a child.

  1. Ajose B.S {2020}. Surmounting the scourge of domestic violence among women through film production, Nigerian Education Review school of Education, Adeniran Ogunasanya          College of Education, Oto – Ijanikin Lagos April, Vol13,No 1.
  2. Ajose B.S {2020} the politics of advocacy drama in a depressed economy in Journal of Education Research and Development [JERD] Vol 16,No1,Pp 117,123

iii.        Ajose {2019} ‘’The Effect of stage lighting design on theatrical production’’. In Journal   of art & social science [JASSLINK] AOCOED. Vol 12, No 1 Pp 239 – 259.

  1. Ajose B.S {2017} the essence of choreography in the directorial style of Hafiz Oyetoro’s Stone and Bunmi Adedina’s Tara
  2. Ajose B.S {2014} Community Theatre as a basic tool for Development. Case study of Oto–            Awori local government
  3. Ajose B.S{2012} style and language in Femi Osofisan’s Women of Owu. Journal of College of language and communication arts education, [JOCOLCAED] Vol 1 ,No 1. Pp       218 – 224.