Rainbow Scars by Mike van Graan
01 Dec 2013
The play deals with a young born-free black girl adopted into a white family – with the best of intentions, of course. Inadvertently, this brings about an alienation from her township family. The catalyst in attempting to resolve this situation is her cousin Sicelo, who finally succeeds in making contact with both Lindiwe and her adoptive mother Ellen.
The play raises many pertinent and very contemporary issues that South Africans either are battling with at the moment or definitely need to be!
The play won an Ovations Award at the National Arts Festival in 2013
Date of Publication: December 2013
Publisher: Junkets Publisher