Grace Kalaiselvi

Founder
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Educator,
Playwright,
Director,
Actress

Grace Kalaiselvi, an Intercultural Theatre Institute graduate, is a freelance theatre practitioner and educator. Her works include Amma’s Sarees for The Esplanade’s PLAYtime, Angry Indian Woman-The Trial (Singapore Writer’s Festival), Angry Indian Women (Textures) & Touch Me Not, part of Goddesses of Words series with The Arts House, Crocodiles in Kurtas and The Old Fogies for The Esplanade’s OctoBurst and her own Mother I series. Acting works include a line could be crossed… & Precise Purpose of Being Broken (M1 Singapore Fringe Festival), Four Horse Road (The Theatre Practice), Ms British (Esplanade’s Studio Series), and 0600 (SIFA). She has also directed 3FVU (N.O.W festival) & The Good Farmer for T:>Works. She initiated and is a member of Brown Voices, a playwriting collective. Grace hopes to create more works representing the suppressed and minorities.


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