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The genocide in Rwanda shocked the world. Back then, Ery Nzaramba was only a teenager and his family's escape to Europe turned him into a "e;survivor"e;. How should he now respond to questions about who he is and where he comes from?In this autobiographical one-man play, performed to acclaim on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the author journeys back to his Rwandan childhood. With the help of a cassette player, he brings to life nearly a dozen characters, exploring memories of kinship, cultural attitudes and personal identity. Both funny and poignant, the play highlights not only the intolerance that can breed violence and war but also the importance of power and privilege in the struggle for survival.