They say, “Somewhere in Africa, the elephants have a secret grave where they go to lie down, unburden their wrinkled gray bodies, and soar away light spirits at the end.”
~ Robert R McCammon
This play was written as a dedication to Sadawu, the biggest Kenyan tusker to ever walk the dusty earth and all elephant poaching in Africa. Memory is a trip into the African jungle, complete with realistic sounds, drawing one into another world. It is a tale of the evolution of man, a universal impulse of loving animals and a warning against poaching. Memory uses Bushmen, animal mime, masks, song, dance and a typical around-the-fire African storytelling about why men kill elephants, steal the tusks

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