Alistair Dube

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Alistair Dube (19**-). Actor, writer and director.




He trained at the Soyikwa Institute of African Theatre, based at the Funda Centre.


Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

He starred in Mothobi Mutloatse’s adaptation of The Suit in 1993. Other stage roles include Man Friday (1994), Julius Caesar, Lifa, Marabi directed by Malcolm Purkey, Ekhaya: Museum over Soweto, The Good Woman of Sharkville, Maru, The Transistor Radio, The Wheel, Komeng and The Coolie Odyssey in 2005.

Awards, etc


National Arts Festival programme, 2000. 62.

Andile Xaba. 2021. 'Collective memory and the construction of a historical narrative, analysis and interpretation of selected Soweto-based community plays (1984–1994)'. Unpublished PhD thesis. Go to ESAT Bibliography

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