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Published on Jun 23, 2011
George Seremba Theater and the Poetics of Resistance
On April 14th, 2011 in Clark Hall on the campus of Case Western Reserve University, writer George George Seremba read from his plays NAPOLEON ON THE NILE and COME GOOD RAIN. In COME GOOD RAIN, George Seremba relives the night of Dec. 10, 1980, when he was abducted by Milton Obote's military soldiers and taken into Namanve forest, shot and left to die. NAPOLEON ON THE NILE is about three Sudanese refugees, who on the seventh anniversary of their escape from the Sudan reenact their experiences of escaping the conflicts in their country. Seremba's talk was part of the Baker-Nord Center's year-long exploration of the humanities and globalism.