NSS Hill Spring International School Mumbai, taught International Baccalaureate theatre arts.
Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai as Drama Consultant.
2007 – 2008
Taught Trinity Speech and Drama classes at Villa Teresa and G. D. Somani School, Mumbai.
Vasant Vally School (Times of India Group), Delhi, taught Speech & Drama.
Co-directed a psychological thriller “27 02 02 Zaheen Shah" for Actors’ cult theatre group. Opened at Prithvi Theatre.
Co-directed a corporate theatre project based on safety and precaution on oil rigs for British Gas, Mumbai.
Directed a devised contemporary musical “A Kind of True Story” for Actors’ cult theatre group in collaboration of Black Boxers Productions, Mumbai.
Directed a short play for Kala Godha Festival, Mumbai, with a group of BMC Powai school children. It was an initiative of Salam Bombay, Mumbai.
Conducted a two days workshop with 30 children from 6 schools as part of a drive “Save Our City, Save Our Parks” organized by PVR Nest in collaboration with Filament Pictures.
Assisted a performance based on the book “Viva Quimede” directed by Etienne Coutinho.
Designed Sets and Costumes for Actors’ cult’s production, a musical inspired by Tom Jones’s The Fantasticks – “Aao Saathi Sapna Dekhen” which opened at Prithvi theatre festival, 2007. It ran till 2010 with more then 40 shows.
April Received a foreign grant from Arts Network Asia Singapore, for a collaborative theatre project exploring the theme of sexuality and gender through eunuch and transsexual culture.
Designed Costumes for Ranjit Kapoor’s “Hum Rahe Na Hum” adaptation of J. B. Priestley’s Time and the Conways.
Directed a play ‘Night Song’, a Hindi adaptation of ‘Death and the Maiden’ by Ariel Dorfman. Project was funded by Ministry of Culture.
Directed a Hindi adaptation of Ayn Rand’s play ‘Night of January 16th’ as the first production of my own theatre group Actors’Cult..
Conducted four theatre workshops with rescued minor sex workers as part of a research grant from CSDS, New Delhi.
Documented the work of eminent theatre directors namely Satyadev Dubey, Vijaya Mehta, Waman Kendre, Ebrahim Alkazi, Habib Tanvir and B.V. Karanth from various sources in Mumbai for Natarang Pratisthan, New Delhi.
2004 and 2005
Directed two short plays on domestic violence with a group of women from Dharavi, Mumbai for International Women’s Day.
Conducted a three day Theatre workshop based on ‘Water’ a play by Komal Swaminathan at the WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, CHENNAI.
Worked at MAJLIS a Cultural centre, Mumbai on a SCRIPT FOR A CD-ROM for children. The script was a mix of fiction and non – fiction to tell children the story of spices.