Drama. African & African American Studies. History & Politics. BLUE, BLACK AND WHITE, the longest running one-man show in Botswana's history, was the first-ever Botswana play staged off-Broadway in New York City, where Molosi won a best actor award. BLUE, BLACK AND WHITE is about the country's first democratically-elected president, Sir Seretse Khama, and his interracial, transformative marriage. Winner of several awards, the play has been performed around the world.
interview @ The Voice Thato Rossouw @ Decolonising LiteratureMirembe Esther Astar @ WritivismMoagi Madisa @ Botswana Unpluggedexcerpt @ Books Live Sunday TimesAinehi Edoro @ Brittle Paperinterview @ World Literature Todayaudio interview @ The Mantleinterview @ Morning at NTV UgandaDarkowaa @ African Book Addictinterview @ Botswana UnpluggedKevin Wetmore @ World Literature TodayBotswana launch @ Botswana UnpluggedJoseph Omotayo @ Afridiasporareview @ AfreadaBura-Bari Nwilo @ Metro Review
Donald Molosi is a classically-trained actor and award- winning playwright. He holds an MA in Performance Studies from UCSB, a Graduate Diploma in Classical Acting from LAMDA, and a BA in Political Science and Theatre from Williams College. Molosi is featured in A United Kingdom, opposite Golden Globe and Emmy award nominee David Oyelowo and Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike. The film depicts the marriage of Prince Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams in the 1940s and the uniting of the people of Botswana.Author City: GABORONE BOT