A troupe of black actors perform their own Tempest. The play explores the political and cultural conflicts opposing the white master, Prospero, his mulatto servant, Ariel, and the black slave Caliban. Csaire's rich and insightful adaptation draws on contemporary Caribbean society, the Afro-American experience and African mythology to raise questions about colonialism, racism, and their lasting effects. From Martinique. 3 acts. 4f, 14m.
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Aime Cesaire is a world-renowned poet, essayist and playwright, His poetry is published by the University of California Press. Cesaire has long been a major force in the culture and politics of the Caribbean.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French
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