Hayavadana (by Girish Karnad, 2019)

The Ring of Truth: A Collaborative Theatrical Evening (original work, 2018)

In Her Eyes (original work, 2016): Two solo pieces, with Celia Dufournet

Inspired by Grimm’s Snow White and Jack Weatherford’s The Secret History of the Mongols Queens, the two solo pieces express the positions and representations of women and power. Through text, movement, puppetry, and song, they invite the spectator to come along on a journey of images and sensations. This is a form of storytelling which focuses on a holistic awareness of the body during the performance rather than on a single text-based narration to find its train of thought. Among other techniques, the two performers have trained in Corporeal Mime, and used it as a starting point for creating the compositions. This form of work is particularly well adapted to address social issues by creating an intimate and lively connection with the audience.

The Creature Show (original work, 2015): A devised ensemble production that explores the nature of human relationships through a surreal journey into the human psyche (approx. 30 minutes)

Kahani (devised work, 2012)

The ‘Ramlila’ Project (community theatre/theatre-in-education, 2007)

Prelude to a Kiss (by John Lucas, trans., 2007)

Socho! Zara Socho! (original work, 2006)

Sure Thing (by David Ives, trans., 2006)

The Forum and Invisible Theatre Project (original work, 2005)

The Red Coat and other scenes (by John Patrick Shanley, 2005)

Raju ki Barbadi (original musical, 2005)

Dhage (by Nandini Majumdar, 2004)

The Bathtub (original work, 2003)