Love, Loss and Longing by Dalbir Singh
South Asian Canadian Plays

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Love, Loss, and Longing: South Asian Canadian Plays is a collection of six plays from acclaimed and award-winning South Asian Canadian playwrights that explore themes of family, love, trauma, race, and more. Featuring introductions by directors, dramaturgs, and playwrights, each play is contextualized to explain its relevance and importance in the community. The collection includes: Bhopal by Rahul Varma, introduced by Guillermo Verdecchia; Bombay Black by Anosh Irani, introduced by Brian Quirt; A Brimful of Asha by Ravi and Asha Jain, introduced by Nicolas Billon; Crash by Pamela Mala Sinha, introduced by Judith Thompson; Pyaasa by Anusree Roy, introduced by Andy McKim; Boys with Cars by Anita Majumdar, introduced by Yvette Nolan.
 

About Dalbir Singh

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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.
 
Published November 10, 2015 by Playwrights Canada Press. 400 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction