Drama. African & African American Studies. History & Politics. MOTSWANA: AFRICA, DREAM AGAIN is the story of Botswana and its people as they transition from a British colony to an independent state. The play premiered off-Broadway in 2012 where it won an award at the United Solo Festival, the world's largest solo theatre festival. Written, directed, and performed by Molosi, the play has been performed across the US and is on tour in Botswana and South Africa.
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Donald Molosi is a Botswana-born actor, writer, playwright, and activist. Molosi debuted off-Broadway in 2010 as Philly Lutaaya in Today It's Me, making him the first Motswana to perform off-Broadway. In 2011, Molosi won the Best Short Solo Award at United Solo Theatre Festival for his performance as Seretse Khama in BLUE, BLACK AND WHITE. In 2013, Molosi returned off-Broadway to perform MOTSWANA: AFRICA, DREAM AGAIN. In 2016, The Mantle published a collection of these two plays about Botswana, WE ARE ALL BLUE, for which former Botswana president Quett Masire wrote a foreword. In the same year, he acted opposite Academy Award nominee Rosamund Pike and Emmy nominee David Oyelowo in A United Kingdom. Molosi also appears in 2063 (2019), opposite award-winning actor Thabo Rametsi (Kalushi, 2016).Author City: GABORONE BOT