© Patrick Fleriag
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.