Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Live Course, where we provide personalized courses to students in various fields. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for the live course would be Prof. Joshua Williams, Assistant Professor of English and Theater Arts at Brandei
Our Live Course is flexible and can be scheduled at a time convenient for the student & Educator. All sessions are conducted virtually over a secure video conferencing platform, ensuring that students can participate from anywhere in the world. During the program, students will have access to personalized coaching and guidance from their instructor.
At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.
To enroll in the program, simply enter your desired field of study. From there, you can schedule your sessions at a time convenient for you. We look forward to helping you achieve your professional goals!
One-on-One Live Course with Prof. Joshua Williams
Joshua Williams is a writer, teacher, director and scholar currently serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Brandeis University. His academic research concerns the political figure of the animal in East African theatre and performance. His articles, essays and reviews have appeared in ASTR Online, Theatre Journal, The Johannesburg Salon, Theatre Survey, Performance Research, African Theatre, Modern Drama, The Cambridge Companion to Theatre and Science, Africa is a Country, HowlRound, Brittle Paper and The Los Angeles Review of Books. He is also translating the complete plays of the Tanzanian dramatist Ebrahim Hussein from Swahili into English for Oxford University Press. He earned his AB from Princeton University in Comparative Literature with certificates in African Studies and Creative Writing; his MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, also in Comparative Literature; and his PhD in Performance Studies, with a Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, from the University of California, Berkeley.
In 2007, New York Magazine named him "a star of tomorrow" on the basis of his forthcoming novel, "Bird in Blue." He has published creative nonfiction essays in Blunderbuss and Hippocampus. His plays have been produced or developed at Theatre Intime, Princeton University, the Capital Fringe Festival, UC Berkeley, CU Boulder, the New York Musical Theatre Festival, CAP 21, Ars Nova's ANT Fest, SUNY Buffalo, the Rhinebeck Writers' Retreat, Play Ground San Francisco / Thick House, TED and Goodspeed Musicals. He was a 2012-2013, 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 member of the PlayGround San Francisco Writing Pool and had three of his short plays read at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and one published in The Best of PlayGround. In 2011, he directed the North American premiere of Ebrahim Hussein's "Kinjeketile" at UC Berkeley.