Master Harold… And the Boys BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
June 1, 2003
Closing:
July 13, 2003

Theater: Bernard B. Jacobs / 242 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

The play explores a young white man's coming of age in 1950s apartheid South Africa. Sam and Willie, two middle-aged black men, are servants at the St. George's Park Tea Room owned by the parents of Hally ("Master Harold"), a 17 year old white boy. Hally has been confronted with two very different role models for his imminent adulthood: his bigoted drunken father, and the black man who has been his friend and lifelong mentor. By the end of the day, his life course has been set in motion on an unexpected path

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Master Harold… And the Boys

    Same Actor and Play; Similarities End There

    Ben Brantley

    June 2, 2003: Those who lament the eroding effects of time and Hollywood on vital young actors might want to check out what Danny Glover is up to. After some 20 highly visible years in film, where he became an action hero in the ''Lethal Weapon'' series, Mr. Glover has returned to Broadway in the same play in which he made his debut in 1982, Athol Fugard's '' 'Master Harold' . . . and the Boys.'' Time, in this instance, has been generous.

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Master Harold… And the Boys

    June 28, 2011:

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