Breakfast with Mugabe is at Theater Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, until March 1.
Mugabe is reported to have dispatched troops and assistance to Gaddafi over the past few days.
Mugabe, now 90, has remained in power ever since using increasingly tyrannical measures to maintain his regime.
This quibble aside, “Breakfast with Mugabe” offers food for thought.
It may come as a surprise then that Scott and, particularly Sata, have refused to condemn Mugabe.
Mugabe, who came into office promising reconciliation after a long civil war, now rules by intimidation and violence.
Mugabe is still in firm control and still ruling with an iron-fist.
He was so pleased by the Mugabe comparison that he repeated it twice more before the dinner ended.
Coltart added that had he addressed the incidents, he thought Mugabe would have just denied his actions.
The government, formed in 2009, includes Mugabe but also the longtime opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.