Between thought and action, there is the danger of being trapped by history. Kaselezo condemns the abuse of patience and fears. Is it possible to imagine what freedom is like. A script and characters borne along by a breath of revolt and lucidity.
“Kaselezo is a long indictment admirably well-served by Frankétienne’s poetry and talent .. and like any profoundly authentic creation, this play achieves a universal dimension.” – Léon-François Hoffman Professor of French literature, Princeton University U.S.A.