Sapan Saran is a poet, writer & director based in Mumbai. She is the co-founder of the theatre company, Tamaasha Theatre. Tamaasha has worked extensively on exploring and extending alternative performance spaces, and supporting the theatre ecosystem in Mumbai. Sapan also runs Studio Tamaasha, an intimate curated performing arts centre in Mumbai. In 2017 she was invited by the National Theatre of Wales to participate as a collaborating artist/writer on a one year long project on the lives of South Asian women – their histories and experiences. She is a recipient of the Tendulkar-Dubey Fellowship, 2018 given to promising young theatre practitioners.
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