Tag Athol Fugard

Athol Fugard’s The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek

Athol Fugard has long been a cultural hero of mine, and any South African who has appreciated his story-telling abilities knows the role he’s played in spurring discussions around race and our country’s difficult past. But seeing his most recent… Continue Reading →

A Tony for Fugard

“I didn’t know there were blonde Greeks,” Athol Fugard says to me as I sit down in front of him to begin our interview. “You can make yourself a blonde Greek,” I reply back, laughing a little nervously. I often… Continue Reading →

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