"A suspenseful, profound production that hits you hard in all the right places. You need to see it" Cape Times
"★★★★ ... tightly scripted, intense, well-crafted ..." Cape Argus
"If there is one play you see this year – or even if this is the first in ages – make the effort to see A Human Being Died That Night." The Sunday Independent
1997. Pretoria Central Prison, South Africa. Psychologist Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela prepares to sit opposite the apartheid regime’s most notorious assassin, Eugene de Kock nicknamed “Prime Evil”– the head of the apartheid regime’s death squads. A member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Madizikela questions de Kock who is serving a 212 year sentence for crimes against humanity, murder, conspiracy to murder, attempted murder, assault, kidnapping, illegal possession of firearms, and fraud. She is determined to try to understand what motivated de Kock’s actions.