Ram Ganesh Kamatham is a Bangalore-based playwright. He has written for stage, film, and radio. His work centres on contemporary themes. His comedy “Ultimate Kurukshetra” won the 2011 Sultan Padamsee Award. He has won the Charles Wallace India Trust Award as a playwright and as a researcher, and was a grantee of the India Foundation for the Arts in 2014 & 2019. He has also notably written for, and about, young people. Ram has been awarded multiple fellowships for his practice-led research in the arts, including the Robert Bosch Art Grant (2010) and the Sarai-CSDS Independent Research Fellowship (2007).
David Hare is one of Britain’s most internationally performed playwrights and screenwriters. In a millennial poll of the best hundred plays of the 20th century, five were his.More Info
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