'Exits and Entrances' Explores Life of a Playwright

The latest work from South African playwright Athol Fugard, Exits and Entrances, is perhaps his most autobiographical work so far. It features two characters: a young playwright whose star is on the rise, and an older actor whose career is waning. The play premieres at a tiny theater in Los Angeles. Iris Mann reports.



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