Church Full Of Light: Kereke Ya Lesedi
Church Full Of Light: Kereke Ya Lesedi is a 2003 play by Guy Willoughby. About a long-serving domestic worker who inherits a large sum of money from her employer and plans to build a church in her rural village with the inheritance. The employer's daughter, who has emigrated to Canada, contests the will.
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Performance history in South Africa
First staged in the Studio at the Baxter Theatre in June 2004, directed by Fred Abrahamse, with Thoko Ntshinga (Miriam), Dumisani-Sizwe Mbebe (Thomas), Anthea Thompson (Aliza), Roger Dwyer (Falmouth) and Guy Willoughby (Gonsalves). Sets designed by Patrick Curtis.
Cape Argus, 27 May 2004.
Cape Argus, 15 June 2004.
Cape Times, 15 June 2004.
Sunday Independent, 20 June 2004.
Business Day, 21 June 2004.
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