Maxim Mazumdar

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Maxim Mazumdar

|Type=Person }} Maxim Mazumdar (1952 – April 28, 1988) was an Indo-Canadian playwright and director. He is known for his one-man show, Oscar Remembered, which tells the story of the Irish playwright Oscar Wilde as seen from the perspective of his lover and nemesis, Lord Alfred Douglas.

Mazumdar is the founder of the Phoenix Theatre in Montreal, Quebec,<ref></ref> as well as the Provincial Drama Academy and the Stephenville Theatre Festival in Stephenville, Newfoundland.<ref></ref>

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