Pamela Mala Sinha On CRASH, Surviving Rape & Cultural Expression | DATE WITH DANIEL

This is probably one of the most candid interviews I have had the pleasure of being a part of for #DateWithDaniel since the inception of the show. Why? Because this interview delves so deeply into various aspects of the human experience, and how beautifully they can be expressed from an artistic perspective.

This interview features the wonderfully talented actress and playwright, Pamela Mala Sinha. For years I heard so much about her one woman theatrical production called CRASH. After all, its a multi-Dora award winning production and has been applauded by critics across the globe. BUT – this second touring of her production is special. Why?

[blockquote_sty ver=”1″ border_size=”4px” color=”#0F0F0F”]It’s the first time that Pamela has been open about the fact that the play has drawn from her real life brutal rape experience and the loss of her dear father. [/blockquote_sty]

And how Pamela weaves her personal experience into the tale of a girl in CRASH is probably one of the aspects of the play that you’d find so fascinating. Watch and enjoy!

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Host: Daniel Pillai
Executive Producers: Daniel Pillai & Veronica Chail
Creative Director & Editor: Seymour Zeynalov
Camera: Aaranan Sooriyamoorthy
Production Assistants: Omar Quiroz Mejia & Nicole Almeida

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