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New Trade Paper
Available December 2014
Performing Back: Post-Colonial Theatreby Dalbir Singh
Synopses & Reviews
This anthology examines how race, ethnicity, imperialism, and notions of otherness” intersect with the broader theme of post-colonial theatre. This first volume of the Contextualizing Canadian Theatre series includes Yvette Nolans The Birds; Camyar Chai, Guillermo Verdecchia, and Marcus Youssefs The Adventures of Ali and Ali and the aXes of Evil and Donna-Michelle St. Bernards Salomes Clothes.
This collection aims to generate discussion about the different kinds of theatrical and political output that Canada is generating.
About the Author
Dalbir Singh is the associate editor of alt.theatre magazine and has published work in such journals and anthologies as Canadian Theatre Review, Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre, Red Light, and She Speaks. His plays have been performed at the Harbourfront Centre, Factory Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and on CBC Radio. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in theatre at the University of Toronto.
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