New York City
An ordinary rainy afternoon in 1950’s South Africa turns into a profound and lifechanging experience for a white teenager and his family’s two black servants. At once a coming of age drama and a scathing indictment of inequality, this modern masterpiece by Athol Fugard (Blood Knot, My Children! My Africa!) continues to speak to the world’s many racial injustices as well as its hopes for reconciliation.