Productions
The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs

The timely and compelling true story of a white South African lawyer imprisoned twice under the controversial 90-Day Law for his opposition to apartheid. It is based on Sachs’ own writings about his experiences during and after being incarcerated in the early 1960s for a total of 163 days, much of it in solitary confinement. The jail Diary of Albie Sachs brings to life events that shaped the news we see and hear today. It celebrates our spirit of resistance and brings to life the universal struggle of those who oppose repression.
About the Play
Written By: David Edgar
On the Screen: IMDB Details

About the Production
Run Dates: 9/18/1986 - 10/12/1986
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Jeff Steitzer
Cast: Frank Corrado - Wagenaar
John Gilbert - Freeman; 2nd Sergeant
Tom Hammond - Sergeant; McIntyre; 3rd Constable; Camera Man
David S. Klein - Constable; Vlok; 3rd Sergeant; Swanepoel
William Earl Ray - Danny; 2nd Constable
Peter Silbert - Snyman
Rick Tutor - Rossouw
R. Hamilton Wright - Albie Sachs
Behind the Scenes: Celeste Cleveland - Costume Designer
Gregory A. Falls - Producing Director
Steven M. Klein - Sound Designer
Michael Olich - Scenic Designer
Rick Paulsen - Lighting Designer
Phil Schermer - Producing Manager
Susan Trapnell Moritz - Administrative Manager
James Verdery - Production Stage Manager