NOW / NEXT
Sep - Oct 2021
Oct - Dec 2021
June - July, Oct - Nov 2021, and Jan - Feb 2022
Oct 2021 - Feb 2022
Feb - Apr 2022
Served as Script Reader for The Reminder Plays Project, a new database of plays by queer Philadelphia-based playwrights.
Performed as Demetrius in A Middle Eastern Night's Dream, directed by Rouba Palmer (Florida State University - Shakespeare Shortcuts).
Published "Mapping the Global Absent in Shakespeare: Lessons Learned from a Student-Faculty Collaboration," co-authored by John S. Garrison, in Shakespeare and Digital Pedagogy: Case Studies and Strategies, edited by Diana E. Henderson and Kyle Sebastian Vitale (London and New York: Bloomsbury, The Arden Shakespeare, 2022).
Co-produced 24-on-29, a virtual 24-hour play festival celebrating Chekhov on his birthday, with Make/Shift Theatre Company
Wrote Subject for a Short Story, a new 10-minute play inspired by The Seagull,
directed by Zacharee Simms and starring Jeffrey Thomas, Maya de la Torre, and Etan Klau.
Devised, co-wrote, directed, and acted in Taramandal! Ek Naya Safar
(Constellations! A New Journey)
Funded by the Sandy Moffett Award for Practice in Theatre and Dance.
Atif Ally Dagman, Anjali Jain, Priyanka Bhaskar Patil, Sooji Son, Mayo Sueta, and Rini Tarafder
Wrote a new play, Seasons of Love, shortlisted as one of eight finalists for Definition Theatre's Amplify Series Two.
Performed as Jaques in As You Like It, directed by Fred Chapell (Florida State University mainstage).
Directed a staged reading of my one-act at the end of the tunnel, winner of the 2021 Barbara McClennon Clark One-Act Competition at Grinnell College.
Co-produced If I Had Things My Way, a virtual month-long celebration of Pride, with Make/Shift Theatre Company.
May - August 2022
July - October 2022
Workshopping Seasons of Love in a development production directed by Katy Lai Roy in collaboration with The Red Curtain.
Workshopping the pilot for Out of the Woods, a new limited series that reimagines fairytale characters in a contemporary land without magic.
Hansel and Gretel, Little Red and the Wolf, Cinderella and stepsister Anastasia are just humans living like the rest of us in our world. Here, there are no woods, no magic, no fairy godmother. But family trauma, mental illness, a big bad wolf? You don’t need a storybook for those. Will they find their happy endings in this life?
Serving as Dramaturg for Sweet Charity (Florida State University mainstage).
Presenting my paper, "Nowhere Nation: Cruising Citizenship and Learning Brown Queerness, a Glee-ful Match Made in Heaven" as part of the panel on South Asian Queer Cultures at the 50th Annual Conference on South Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.