Master Harold changed the face of 20th century global politics and helped lead the charge to end apartheid, South Africa's brutal system of racial segregation and oppression.
In this heartbreaking story of a young white man and the two Black men who raised him, we see how a society built on inequality can infect even our most intimate relationships. Banned in South Africa, this famed classic play was developed here in Philadelphia before opening on Broadway in 1982.
Directed by Lane Savadove
Starring: Damien J. Wallace, Juspin Jones, and Aidan McDonald
The Latvian Society Theater now has a chair lift on the main staircase to help patrons to the 2nd floor theater space. There are still four stairs at the entrance that are assisted by railing only.
Please call 267-273-1414 to discuss accessibility needs.