Durban Dialogues, Then and Now (Paperback)

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Durban Dialogues, Then and Now is a follow-up anthology of three hard-hitting plays to Singh's successful drama anthology Durban Dialogues, Indian Voice (2013) which is now studied internationally. The plays selected, namely Swing, Shooting and Into the Grey, cover topics such as discrimination in sport, bereavement, and social activism.

Described through Singh's satirical lens, these thought-provoking plays bring us up-to-date with the challenges of life in post-Apartheid South Africa. They focus particularly on people of Indian origin and their relationship with other South African communities and chart the loss of ideals in the dream of the Rainbow nation.

With a Foreword by director Ralph Lawson, and Introduction by Pranav Joshipura, Professor of English, Mahila College, Gandhinagar, India.

About the Author


Ashwin Singh is an attorney, academic, playwright, director and actor. His first anthology of plays, Durban Dialogues, Indian Voice was published in 2013 by Aurora Metro Books. The book is being studied and/or referenced at a variety of universities in South Africa, India, Canada and Europe. Singh has also been published as a playwright in the collective anthologies, New South African Plays (Aurora Metro Books, 2006) and the Catalina Collection (Catalina UnLtd, 2013). He is also a published poet and academic author. Singh is a three-time national award winner via the PANSA Playreading Festival (the country's foremost playwriting contest) with his plays To House (2003); Duped (2005); and Reoca Light (2012). He is also a respected stage and radio actor, having performed in a number of dramatic and comic productions. Singh also played a lead role in award winning UK director James Brown's short film about child abuse, One Wedding and a Funeral.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781911501930
ISBN-10: 1911501933
Publisher: Aurora Metro Books
Publication Date: July 10th, 2018
Pages: 200
Language: English