ALKA NAYYAR returns to TimeLine, where past credits include OSLO, MASTER CLASS, and A DISAPPEARING NUMBER. Other credits include THE JUNGLE BOOK (Goodman and Huntington Theatre Boston), BHANGIN’ IT (La Jolla Playhouse), THE SECRET GARDEN (Court), MERCHANT ON VENICE (Silk Road Rising), THE MASRAYANA (Jeff Award nomination – Choreography), A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE and A NICE INDIAN BOY (Rasaka), GREAT EXPECTATIONS (Remy Bumppo/Silk Road); MULTITUDES and A PASSAGE TO INDIA (Vitalist), and A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Central Square Theater, Cambridge and Hanover Theatre, Worcester). Television credits include CHICAGO P.D., CHICAGO FIRE, and CHICAGO MED. Film credits include HALA, THE MISEDUCATION OF BINDU, and THE SESSION. She also appeared in the webseries CODE-SWITCHED. Alka promotes South Asian cultural awareness and teaches Indian dance as Co-Artistic Director of Chicago’s Chitrahar Cultural Academy and through Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago Children’s Theatre, and the Joffrey Ballet. She holds a BA degree from the University of Chicago, is a PR consultant for nonprofits, and is the Communications Director for Token Theatre. @alka.selza

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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