Akpan, Margaret G. (2005)
Improvisation: The Actors Technique in Effiong Johnson (ed). The Art of Acting: A Student Friendly Anthology.
Concept Publications Limited Lagos.
Akpan, Margaret G. (2007)
Perspectives and Meaning in Anmed Yerima’s The Twist
in Uwemedimo Atakpo & Steven E. Inegbe. Making Images, re-making Life: Art and Life in Anmed Yerima(ed). Modern Business Press, Uyo 2007.
Akpan, Margaret Gregory, (2012)
A Prospective Costume Plot - for the Production of Sunnie Ododo’s Hard Choice
in Omoera, O. S. Adeyemi, S. and Binebai B. (eds) A Gazelle of the Savannah: Sunday Ododo and the framing of Techno-Cultural Performance in Nigeria. Alpha Crownes Publishers, Rochester, - pp. 148-158.
Akpan, Margaret G. and ©. U. Jacob, (2013)
Costume and Make-up of Eka-Uman Ceremony in tbibio Cultural Life
In Akoh, A.D and Inegbe S. E. (eds). Arts, Culture & Communication in a Postcolony: A Festschrift for Lawrence Olanrele Bamidele, Alpha Crownes Publishers, Rochester, pp. 85-103. Download
Effiong Johnson and Margaret Akpan. (2013)
Directing: Script Understanding, Analysis and interpretation:
In Effiong Johnson (ed) Script: Understanding, Analysis, Interpretation for Performance. University of Cape Coast Press, Cape Coast, .pp1- 33.
Akpan, Margaret. (2013)
Roles and Paraphernalia in Ekpe Efik Performance:
In Effiong Johnson (ed) fbom Culture Offerings. Arts, Crafts and Performances, University of Cape Coast Press, Cape Coast, pp. 225-232.
Akpan Margaret G. (2016) “Three Ancient Costume Types’. In: Ajibade Babson and Effiong Omini, eds., Creative and Media Arts Calabar: BAAJ International Publishers. (pp 43-53).Download
Akpan, Margaret G.& Mbuotidem Etim (2017)
Challenges of Scenery Construction in Uniuyo’s Little Play House: Itoro Ituen’s Ufok Ete Ekpenyong in focus
in Sunny E. Ododo & Osakwe S. Omoera (eds) Theatre, Media and Cultural Re-Engineering in Nigeria. Kraft Books Ltd. Page-29
Akpan, Margaret G. (2013)
“images of the Grim in Kalu Uka’s The Hunt For Sugar Baby:
In Effiong E. Johnson and Steven E. inegbe (eds). A Road Well Conquered: Kalu Uka, Literature and Pedagogy: A Festchrift in Honour of Professor Kalu Uka, AlphaCrown Publishers, Rochester, po 198-204.
Imaobong, Akpan, Margaret Akpan et.al. (2014).
“Akwa bom Women: Contribution to Entertainment”
In: Nigerian’s Contemporary: 100 years of Akwa Ibom Women’s Imprint in National Developments (Eds.) Eno-Abasi E. Urua, et.al. Centre for Gender Studies, University of Uyo. Download
Below are some Artistic productions that Margaret Akpan consulted
‘Install the Princess’ by Effiong Johnson Directed by ‘Sunday Umanah
‘Not my Generation’ by Udoibanga Esu, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘A Season of Plots’ by Bassey Ubong, Directed by Ofonime Inyang
‘The Traveller’ A Uniuyo 22™ and 23” combined convocation play
‘Xhibitz’ Season 3, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘Ndokoro’ by Udo Ibanaga Esu, Directed by Sunday Umanah
‘Dara the Musical’ directed by Victor Thompson
‘Shattered dreams’ and Ayeke class workshop directed by Prof. Effiong Johnson
‘Norah’ written sind directed by Samuel, Edidiong Marrison
‘Hope Harvesters’ written by Victor S. Dugga and directed by Adewole Paul
‘The Saxophonist screen play’ — Youbere Ntia, directed by Nyakno Uko
‘Akan’ written and directed by Effiong, Christian Jesse
‘Perfect Mother’ wriiten by Uduak Akpabio, directed by Ofonime Inyang
‘Oga Titu’ written by Utibe Charles, directed by Utibe Charles
‘Medicine for love’ written by James Ene Henshaw, directed by Favour Robert
‘The Blind gods’ written by Maurice Udom, directed by Udonna Aniedi
Dr. Margaret G. Akpan a costume designer and consultant with academic affiliation at Department of Theatre Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria