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with Neel Sengupta

Do you wonder if you could write? Do you think of what you could have said in a conversation, on the way home? Do you have an idea for a play gnawing at your brain?


Then this 3-day Dramatic Writing Workshop is for you! 


Dates: June 02-04, 2023

Venue: NRI Complex, Alaknanda, New Delhi


During the workshop, you will look at starting to write a play or work on a play you are already in the middle of writing. You will do writing exercises to get your writer's muscle warmed up, participate in marathon writing sessions, get one-on-one guidance on your writing from the facilitator, and at the end of it, read out your scenes with your peers and receive constructive feedback from the facilitator. 


Workshop fee: INR 4000/-

(If you're unable to afford the fee, please write to us at


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About the Facilitator:


Neel Sengupta is a Director, actor, and educator living in Delhi. An Alumnus of The Players, Kirori Mal College, he has been creating work in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore. He is the recipient of the Tendulkar-Dubey Fellowship 2019 for Excellence in Theatre, recipient of the Think Arts Grant 2021, and has won 4 META (Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards) for his play For The Record in 2021.

He has been primarily working with the Tadpole Repertory, Delhi (The Winter’s Tale, Still and Still Moving, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Quicksand) as a resident

director/actor and Indian Ensemble, Bangalore (Kaumudi, Thook, and Muktidham) and Bhasha Centre (Eidgaah Ke Jinnat) as a collaborator in various directorial roles.

He is one of the founding members of Third Space Collective. His work with the Collective includes directing “Love, Prufrock"(Official selection at the Old World Theatre Festival, 2017 and Serendipity Festival, 2018), stepping in as the Creative Producer for "Dastaan-e-Bhookh", an acclaimed production based on Sam Shepard's Curse of the Starving Class, which won several accolades at Thespo '17, ”Mahish”( Official selection at the Ranga Shankara Festival 2018), a re-imagination of Ionesco’s acclaimed play, Rhinoceros and 'Growing Up', a digital production commissioned by the Think arts grant which opening the Junior Kolkata Literary Meet in March 2022.
Neel currently Heads the Department of Arts at SHiv Nadar School, Noida.

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