About Shilpa T-Hyland
Shilpa graduated from the MA in Classical and Contemporary text at the Royal Conservatoire Scotland in 2017. She has a first-class degree in Theatre Studies and English Literature from Glasgow University and the University of California, Davis. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal Conservatoire Scotland.
National Theatre of Scotland work includes: directing Listen to Me (Scenes for Survival), associate directing The 306: Dusk, assistant directing The 306: Day, and trainee directing Anything That Gives off Light.
Other theatre work includes: Directing Revolution Days (Bijli), We’ll Meet in Moscow (Traverse Theatre), Roxana (Paisley Book Festival/Renfrewshire Leisure), How to Disappear Completely and Never be Found (Royal Conservatoire Scotland), Miss Julie (Horsecross) as the inaugural winner of the Horsecross Trust Young Director Award, The Dragon and the Whales (Modest Predicament), Atlas (Modest Predicament), Bubble (Royal Conservatoire Scotland), Erin, Errol and The Earth Creatures (Modest Predicament); Associate Directing Still (Traverse Theatre), and Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of) (Blood of the Young, The Lyceum Theatre & others), and assistant directing Crocodile Fever (Traverse Theatre, JMK regional bursary, funded by the Leverhulme Trust Arts Scholarships Fund).
She is an Associate Artist at the Traverse Theatre.