Breakfast With Mugabe

The year is 2001.

President Mugabe and his wife are holed up in the State House in Harare, in paranoid terror.

He is being stalked by an ngozi or bitter spirit - the murderous ghost of a long-dead comrade.

Fearing for his sanity, Mugabe turns to a white psychiatrist for help.

Witty and provocative, Fraser Grace's new play imagines the combative relationship between the black president and his white psychiatrist.

In a series of bruising encounters, Breakfast with Mugabe explores the conflict between despotism and liberalism in modern Zimbabwe.

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The year is 2001.

President Mugabe and his wife are holed up in the State House in Harare, in paranoid terror.

He is being stalked by an ngozi or bitter spirit - the murderous ghost of a long-dead comrade.

Fearing for his sanity, Mugabe turns to a white psychiatrist for help.

Witty and provocative, Fraser Grace's new play imagines the combative relationship between the black president and his white psychiatrist.

In a series of bruising encounters, Breakfast with Mugabe explores the conflict between despotism and liberalism in modern Zimbabwe.

*2006060420070408

The year is 2001.

President Mugabe and his wife are holed up in the State House in Harare, in paranoid terror.

He is being stalked by an ngozi or bitter spirit - the murderous ghost of a long-dead comrade.

Fearing for his sanity, Mugabe turns to a white psychiatrist for help.

Witty and provocative, Fraser Grace's new play imagines the combative relationship between the black president and his white psychiatrist.

In a series of bruising encounters, Breakfast with Mugabe explores the conflict between despotism and liberalism in modern Zimbabwe.