The PARC Playwright Profile for June 2022 is Azal Dosanjh!

Jun 7, 2022

Azal Dosanjh (he/him) is a theatre artist from India, now residing in St. John’s, Newfoundland. His recent directing credits include Oddities (Güd Productions 2022), Sun in an Empty Room (GroupHug Productions, 2021), Lights Out (Theatre Perimetric, 2021), Relief (Aariz Theatre, 2021), BURROW (Eastern Front Theatre & CB Nuit, 2020 & 2021). He has also worked with Perchance Theatre as Assistant Director on projects such as Julius Caesar (2019), Hamlet (2021), and the ongoing Power of One 2.0 – World Classics (2021). He is a graduate of the Stage and Screen Technique Diploma from the Memorial University of Newfoundland and has trained with mentors such as Danielle Irvine (Perchance Theatre), Jillian Keiley, and Robert Chafe (Artistic Fraud), and Richard Rose (Atlantic Repertory Company). Azal is currently adapting and developing a series of political satires originally written by Gursharan Singh, in a collection entitled Tamasha.