IWP Visiting Playwright George Seremba is a Ugandan exile who was in residence at Brown for the months of August and September, 2010. Forced to flee Uganda in 1980 following a botched assassination attempt at the hands of Milton Obote’s military intelligence (‘G’ Branch), he moved first to Kenya, then to Canada and later to Dublin. Since leaving Uganda, he has had an extensive career as a playwright and performer. He is the author of three full-length plays, The Grave Will Decide, Come Good Rain, and Napoleon of the Nile, as well as of poems and radio plays. An accomplished actor, he has performed in feature films, on television, and on the stage. While at Brown he staged a performance of Come Good Rain, a one-man show about the night when, as a student leader in Uganda, he was taken out and shot, and left for dead.