Set in 1963, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Athol Fugard's A Lesson
from Aloes is a compelling portrait of three individuals caught in the
midst of the nation's racial divide and the choices each one is forced to make.
The New York Post called A
Lesson from Aloes "immensely moving." The New York Times wrote,
"Exile, madness, utter loneliness - these are the only alternatives Mr.
Fugard's characters have. What makes 'Aloes' so moving is the
playwright's insistence on the heroism and integrity of these harsh
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