As noted in the programme, the plays explores 'the struggle for self-determination in a hostile colonial environment'. Its central character, Glory is symbolic of the political and cultural conflicts in a colonial society and the effects that a history of enslavement has on the human psyche in the struggle for self-realisation and true freedom. The production used ritual as a form of non-verbal theatrical expression, and the mask as 'a vehicle for immediate meaning used to conceal and reveal character'.

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Physical Description: 1 programme (TFRS 225)