by Athol Fugard

A searing coming of age story, considered by many to be Athol Fugard's masterpiece. A white teen who has grown up in the affectionate company of the two black waiters who work in his mother's tea room in Port Elizabeth learns that his viciously racist alcoholic father is on his way home from the hospital. An ensuing rage unwittingly triggers his inevitable passage into the culture of hatred fostered by apartheid. Starring Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Doug Plaut, Cary Hite, and Michael Oloyede.

APRIL 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, & 22 at 7:30pm

One of those depth charge plays [that] has lasting relevance [and] can triumphantly survive any test of time...The story is simple, but the resonance that Fugard brings to it lets it reach beyond the narrative, to touch so many nerves connected to betrayal and guilt. An exhilarating play...It is a triumph of playmaking, and unforgettable.
— The New York Post