The place is set, food is served from the kitchen, all for a person no one can see but Robert. We are his prisoners. And if a person does not appease ngozi, he will see you to the grave.
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August 11th, 2013 12:32 pm
My lovely wife and I saw this production when it was staged in Hackettstown, NJ, two years ago with the same cast. I cannot recommend this drama highly enough. The four performers are outstanding in different ways, and the final image still gives me a shiver when I think about it.
Even if you know nothing about Zimbabwe's political tensions or history, it doesn't matter. This is not about specific politics as much as it is about the toll of power and the perils of pride (on the part of ALL the characters). Admirably staged and brilliantly acted, this is a show not to be missed.
Found the acting, scenic design, sound, costume design and lighting all brilliant. Don't want to give anything away, but it's about much more than "madness in great ones" — definitely good for an unexpected twist or two.
Simply brilliant! Political drama at its best!!!
The cast is brlliant. The play is unusual and spellbinding. New York theater at its finest. Go see it!!
A really stunning play, perfectly cast. Thought-provoking and unexpected, you will be gripped from the opening to the final curtain. The actors' ensemble is well-tuned and convincing.