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The Zulu Hut Club by Bryony Lavery was commissioned by Theatre Centre and first produced by the company in 1985.
A comic parable about identity, ownership and living in harmony with others. Lady Moon is a spirit who has become trapped on earth on the island of the Caribs. She resides looking over a crossroads where all kinds of journeys and peoples traverse. One day, Dabulamazi (formerly known as Eric) comes to the crossroads looking for the land of his ancestors. Here he pitches his Zulu Hut. Juanita Perez happens upon it and is not pleased: the Zulu Hut is pitched on her land.
Writer: Bryony Lavery
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