Athol Fugard's My Children! My Africa! tells an unforgettable tale unfolding against the backdrop of 1984 South Africa. At the twilight of apartheid, a mob targets African "collaborators." A humble and humane teacher who believes in the power of ideas, not stones, inspires the minds of a white schoolgirl and black schoolboy and changes their lives forever. The play is a timeless and powerfully poetic work about race, justice, fundamentalism, freedom, and self-knowledge by a master playwright who "could be a primary candidate for either the Nobel Prize in Literature or the Nobel Peace Prize" (The New Yorker). Additional Schedule Information: There are no performances on Sunday, December 24. In addition to the regular schedule, 2:00pm performances are arranged for Wednesday, December 27; Thursday, December 28; and Wednesday, January 3. On Sunday, December 31 there is no 7:30pm show. In addition to the regular schedule, an 11:00am performance is arranged for Thursday, January 4.