Kalaiselvi Grace

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Grace Kalaiselvi

Kalaiselvi Grace graduated from Intercultural Theatre Institute in 2014 and now works as a freelance actor, creator, director, educator, puppeteer and writer. Some of her own works include Crocodiles in Kurtas (Esplanade OctoBurst! 2019), Touch Me Not (part 1 of Goddesses of Words – Sarojini Naidu), The Old Fogies (Esplanade OctoBurst! 2018) and Mother I (1 & 2). Grace also acted in Miss British (Esplanade Studios series 2019) and directed 3FVU for TheatreWorks' N.O.W. 2019 festival. She started Brown Voices, a collective to write professional scripts with Indian narratives, with their first showcase at Centre 42’s Late-Night Texting 2019.

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Recent works: 
1. Voice actor, The Silence of a Falling Tree (2020, COMPOUND / Singapore International Festival of Arts)
2. Actor, a line could be crossed and you would slowly cease to be (2021, M1 Singapore Fringe Festival)
3. Director, Amma's Sarees (2021, Esplanade's PLAYtime!; Esplanade Theatre Studio & Online) 
4. Actor and facilitator, Art of Making Thosai (2021, Singapore Writers Festival) 
5. Director & writer, Rasanai: An Invitation to Appreciate (2021, Brown Voices / T:>Works' Festival of Women N.O.W. 2021; Online)
6. Creative team, Thamizhachi: A Digital Museum of Tamil Women Under Construction (2021, Brown Voices / T:>Works' Festival of Women N.O.W. 2021; Online) 


Last updated: 22 June 2021