Broadway Tries Diplomacy

Cohen, Alexander H.
November 1976
New Republic;11/13/76, Vol. 175 Issue 20, p7
Focuses on the arrest of theater performers John Kani and Winston Ntshona following their performance of the play "Since Banzi Is Dead." Charges made against them for allegedly inserting remarks into a performance of the play that were scornful of the then imminent independence of the Transkei from the Republic of South Africa; Details of the demonstrations made by playwrights, directors, designers, critics, producers and other theater artisans against the arrest. INSET: Where Are They Now?.


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