Courses Taught 

Theatre and Arts in the Community (Spring 2021 synchronous, UC Denver)

This course is based on discussions, workshops, and lectures designed to discover, analyze, and evaluate all aspects of the theatre experience: writing, acting, directing, staging, history, theory, and its relationship to theatre and arts’ contribution to community engagement. In this class, we explore the intersection of theatre, arts, activism, and community. For the 2021 iteration of this course, we focus on the methods that can be practiced and performed while being physically away from each other by creating performances and participatory experiences alone and collaboratively. Furthermore, in this class, we approach theatre and performance from various perspectives and voices and gain direct knowledge of theatre practices through in-class exercises and experiential learning.  

Sample Syllabus


Acting II (Spring 2021, CU Boulder)

This course emphasizes monologues and scene study, along with the character development technique of

contemporary plays.

Sample Syllabus

Drama of Diversity (Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 online, UC Denver)

This course investigates the creation and reinforcement of gender, racial, sexual preferences, and other stereotypes in film & theatre.  The course also explores how popular images are created by writers, directors, and performers and become “real” for the audiences for which they are intended. It will also explore how people of that culture present their own social experiences and how that differs from the stereotypes. We will watch both documentaries and narratives.


World Theatre (Fall 2020, UC Denver)

Discussion, workshops, and lectures designed to discover, analyze, and evaluate the world theatre experience from countries outside of the United States. The course will explore theatre and its precedents in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America.

Acting I (2018-2020, CU Boulder)

An introductory course designed to explore creativity, collaboration, and communication in the craft of acting. Focuses on basic terms and concepts of psychological realism fundamental to the actors' process through solo work and ensemble exercises. 

In my acting one course, I introduced the concept of rasa and its relation to Indian performance aesthetics. The students were also introduced to Richard Schechner's Rasaboxes to enhance their understanding of devised theatre. 


Script Laboratory (2019, CU Boulder)

Text Analysis and Practice for the Theatre introduces fundamental methods of text analysis for performance. Equips theatre-makers with common vocabulary and concepts to communicate more effectively when collaborating with other artists. It provides tools for analyzing any narrative art form.


Theatre and Society (2017-2018, CU Boulder)

Theatre & Society explores the importance of telling stories from the stages of the world; in theatre, we learn what people value in their time and place. The course investigates the range of genres of theatre in today’s society and how theatrical artwork is designed and presented.


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Theatre and Arts in the Community, Spring 2021


Acting I, Fall 2019​

My role as a Lead Graduate Part-Time Instructor 

At CU, I served as the Graduate Student Lead. As a Lead, I work as a liaison between the Department of Theatre and CU, Boulder's Graduate Teacher's Program. Alongside, I organized discipline-specific pedagogical, teacher's training, and professional development workshops.


Please contact me for my teaching statement.
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"This was one of the most enjoyable film classes I've taken (and I'm a film major!). Jash, your teaching style is fantastic. I really enjoyed your lectures, the assignment discussions, the choices in film, and appreciated the flexibility that the course offered in terms of completing work in our own time. You gave helpful, detailed feedback, and you were also easy to communicate with, which made the online experience easier. I'm excited to take future course with you!"


Summer 2020