Bitter Milk is a play in two acts written by the British writer David Clough.
It is a contemporary play about exiled South Africans that looks at the politics in a triangular relationship between two women and a man, two black people and a white person.
The original text
Playscript held by NELM: [Collection: MANIM, Mannie]: 2005. 11. 1. 53.
1983: Produced by Temba Theatre Company. The play opened at the Drill Hall, London in November 1983, starring Diana Kent (as Sarah), Alton Kumalo and Decima Francis. It was directed by Barry Phillips.
Diana Kent Official Website .
Playscript, press release and note [Holograph, typescript with holograph emendations and printed] held by NELM: [Collection: MANIM, Mannie]: 2005. 11. 1. 53.
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