Tushar Mathew is a theatre maker, teacher, and actor.
Tushar’s teaching focuses on the intersection between movement and our relationship to the environment. He is also deeply interested in how the playing of games acts as a portal towards physical awareness, ensemble building, listening, conflict resolution, and storytelling.
From 2017-19, he worked at the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre as Faculty (co-teaching games and sports, and the adaptation project) and Marketing Director, and was part of the Dell’Arte Company.
In 2017, he co-founded the Otherland Theatre Ensemble, a physical theatre devising company who tell stories of underdogs and outcasts who inhabit outrageous worlds and are moved by universal struggles. Their play Forgive us, Gustavito won “Best of Fringe” at the Charm City Fringe Festival in Baltimore in 2018.
From 2020 - 2022, he taught at the Drama School Mumbai as Faculty and Associate Course Leader, and was a Facilitator with the Non-Profit Paani Foundation where he conducted workshops for primary school students about water conservation and climate change.
M.F.A., Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre