Horn of Sorrow
by Nicholas Ellenbogen and Theatre for Africa. An improvised play utilizing mime, mimetic sounds, dance, songs, storytelling and minimalist techniques to address the extinction of the white rhino. First performed at *1989, then toured the country. First published in Plays for a New South Africa (Ed D. Graver) by Indiana University Press in 1999.
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