Snehal Desai is the inaugural recipient of the Drama League’s Classical Directing Fellowship. He has directed at theaters around the world including: the Public, Yale Rep, the Old Vic, Ars Nova, EST, Pan Asian Rep, Theater Emory, the Alliance Theater, and Dad’s Garage. Snehal is a member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and was a literary fellow with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is a former resident director at EST. Favorite directorial works include: Baal, Marisol, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Heartbreak/India, Good Egg, and One Night with Rael.
As an actor and writer, Snehal has toured his solo show, Finding Ways to Prove You’re Not an Al-Qaeda Terrorist When You’re Brown to sold out audiences across the United States including performances at the Yale Cabaret, Theater Rhinoceros, and the HERE Arts Center in New York. He is also the author of Sita/Sat and Lost Boy. His plays have been developed or produced by Desipina, Terra Nova Collective, PS122, Pan Asian Rep, the Lark, HERE Arts Center, and Old Vic New Voices in London.
See Snehal perform at EVOKE: A New Works Festival Celebrating South Asian Voices, directed by Alison M. De La Cruz. Learn more.
Find him on Facebook.com/snehaldesai and follow him on Twitter at @snehal_desai.
Thursday, March 14 – Saturday, March 16 at 8pm
Sunday, March 17 at 2pm
Running Time: 90 minutes
General Admission: $10
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