A play about moral courage, social justice, respect for the environment, history and tradition. “The Massacuraman, engages mythology in its use of the Massacuraman, a feared demon figure who inhabits the Guyanese rivers and creeks…”
– Al Creighton, Director Center for Amerindian Studies, University of Guyana.
“… Mohamed has successfully incorporated Caribbean mythology and folklore into contemporary situations and/or at least made Caribbean mythology and folklore accessible for contemporary readers/performers and audiences ….delightful!”
– Black and Asian Studies Association Review