Anuja Ghosalkar is an actor, writer, and director based in Bengaluru. Drama Queen, her theatre company, is evolving a new form of documentary theatre through the use of photographs, oral narratives, archival material to expand the idea of contemporary theatre. When not doing theatre, Anuja works on Experimenta, a festival of moving image art in India. In the past, Anuja has worked as a programme officer at India Foundation for the Arts, in film research with Rosie Thomas, University of Westminster, and in curating, writing and teaching cinema. Supported by a Sarai grant, she documented the oral narratives of her grandfather, the oldest living make-up artist in India. Recently she was an Artist-in-Residence at Art Lab Gnesta, Sweden where she wrote Lady Anandi, her debut performance.