ALKA NAYYAR returns to TimeLine with OSLO, where past credits include MASTER CLASS and A DISAPPEARING NUMBER. Other credits include THE JUNGLE BOOK (Goodman; Huntington Theatre, Boston, Mass.); THE SECRET GARDEN (Court); MERCHANT ON VENICE and MULTITUDES (Vitalist and Rasaka); THE MASRAYANA (Jeff Award Nomination, Choreography), A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE, and A NICE INDIAN BOY (Rasaka Theatre); GREAT EXPECTATIONS (Remy Bumppo and Silk Road Rising); A PASSAGE TO INDIA (Vitalist Theatre); and DJAMILEH (Chicago Summer Opera). Television and film credits include CHICAGO MED, HALA, THE MISEDUCATION OF BINDU, and CODE-SWITCHED. A PR consultant by day, Alka holds a BA in Linguistics (University of Chicago), teaches Indian dance at the Old Town School of Folk Music, and helps lead Chitrahar Cultural Academy, dedicated to promoting South Asian cultural awareness and diversity inclusion through the performing arts.

Member of Actors' Equity Association

An intense collaborative process

A Disappearing Number calls for projections, mathematics on stage, live music, Indian dance, time travel, altered sound and a set that magically transforms itself. When first created by Complicite, the play was devised collaboratively, and …

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