Double Bill - A Man and a Dog/Memory

A Man and a Dog
Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi wrote A Man and a Dog as a personal reflection on his life, growing up in Kwa Zulu Natal (RSA), and his Zulu identity. A Man and A Dog explores a homecoming familiar to so many Africans, who are our ancestors, and how we do not know who are we until we know where we truly come from.

This play was written as a dedication to Sadawu, the biggest Kenyan tusker to ever walk the dusty earth and all elephant poaching in Africa. Memory is a trip into the African jungle, complete with realistic sounds, drawing one into another world. It is a tale of the evolution of man, a universal impulse of loving animals and a warning against poaching.

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