is the story of an evasively eloquent retired teacher who cannot reconcile his anachronistic love of British culture with the evolation of his family and community in independent Trinidad.
The playwright was a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
"A lyrical, audience-pleasing work." - Variety
"Mr. Walcott is a poet, and his writing is of a quality we seldom hear in the theatre." - The New Yorker
First produced by Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival in 1979.