Shaili Sathyu is the Artistic Director of Gillo Repertory Theatre, an organization that specializes in Theatre for Young Audiences. As a...
Junoon strongly believes that the arts must be an essential part of child’s growing years, regardless of opportunity, privilege and background. The key objective of the Theatre Inclusive programme is to take rich experience to low resourced children across the country every year. For this it is important to have local theatre groups equipped to create thoughtful and engaging plays for young people.
This year as part of Theatre Inclusive programme, we will conduct a series of Theatre Workshops for local theatre groups in Pune, Ludhiana, Patna and Bikaner. Shaili Sathyu will conduct these workshops.
We are delighted to bring Shaili Sathyu, to conduct a Capacity Building Workshop for local theatre practitioners in Bikaner on 31st July and 1st August, 2019.
Shaili Sathyu is the Artistic Director of Gillo Repertory Theatre, an organization that specializes in Theatre for Young Audiences. As a writer-director her plays include, Kyun-KyunLadki (2011), Mister Jeejeebhoy and the Birds (2013), She-He-Shey (2013) among others. Chidiya, Udd! (2018) is her latest play, especially created for toddlers. This play premiered at Visioni 2018, the International Festival of Theatre and Culture for Early Years, hosted by La Baracca in Bologna, Italy.
Since 2003, she has conducted theatre workshops for children and teachers across India. Her recent projects include Rage Productions' 'Class Act' collaboration with Traverse Theatre (Scotland), where she was the Indian mentor for a playwriting workshop for high school students, and Junoon's 'Arts at Play for Schools', where she was one of the programme designers.
She is a recipient of the Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar from the Sangeet Natak Akademi and the 'Young Turk of Theatre in Mumbai' award from Rage Productions. Currently she is the Honorary Secretary of ASSITEJ India chapter (The International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People).