This evening we’ll present a rehearsed, performed reading of “Breakfast With Mugabe‘ by Fraser Grace.
To his critics in the West, Robert Mugabe, president of the politically and economically troubled Zimbabwe, is a tyrant, an election rigger, a thug who uses past victimhood to justify further oppression.
To Dr. Peric, he is just another patient.
That is the premise of the British playwright Fraser Grace’s “Breakfast With Mugabe”. It was first produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Mr. Grace’s script was inspired by news reports that Mr. Mugabe sought counsel from a white psychiatrist during a bout of depression.