Dan Selaelo Maredi (19**- ). South African theatre director and playwright.
The career of Selaela Maredi began in the early Seventies when he was a co-founder of the Experimental Theatre Workshop which contributed greatly to the development of skills for the current generation of Black South African theatre. With this group he created Crossroads and Survival, which were staged at The Space in the 1970s.
After many years he became artistic director of the Julian Theatre in San Francisco. He returned to South Africa in 1994 after fourteen years of exile in the United States.
He was appointed director in residence at the Market Theatre in 1997 and in 2000 he became associate artistic director for the year. In 2002 became a board member of the Limpopo Province branch of PANSA.
Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance
The Citizen, 7 January 1997.
Pretoria News, 4 March 1997.
The Citizen, 22 January 2000.
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