My Children! My Africa!
The great South African playwright confronts the tragedy of apartheid in his native land in this compelling tale about the efforts of a humble and humane black teacher in a segregated township to persuade just one young person that education, not violence, is the answer to South Africa's problems.
"A document of towering stature. " —The Philadelphia Inquirer
"The drama vacillates superbly between political parable and personal tragedy. " —The Village Voice