Neaz Subhan makes a point of tackling domestic violence through drama

Neaz Subhan has been in the performing arts for a whopping 30-plus years and he still plays a very active role today. He is a familiar face on the National Communications Network’s ‘Guyana Today’ Morning Show and a notable voice on the state’s radio broadcastings popularizing Indian and Bollywood music.

Just a few months ago he was awarded Best New Guyanese playwright for his play When Chocolate Melts which was entered in the Full-Length Category of the 2013 National Drama Festival.

The play, produced by the Indian Arrival Committee and directed by Neaz, gained nine award nominations: Best New Guyanese play, Best Costuming, Best Production, Best Set Design, Best Lights and Best Cast, Best Director (Neaz Subhan), Best Actor in a lead role (Chris Gopaul), Best Supporting Actor (Mahadeo Shivraj), Best Actress in a  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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