QTP is a theatre & arts management company that specialises in unique and engaging experiences for live audiences.

For the last eighteen years the company has been producing its own work as well as touring remarkable international plays from the US, UK, China, and Canada. Our productions include So Many Socks, The God of Carnage, Khatijabai of Karmali Terrace and A Peasant of El Salvador.

We also manage Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai International Literary Festival, which takes place each November; and the youth theatre festival Thespo which is now in its 20th year.

We have managed various international productions touring India, which include Diary of a Madman (UK, 2017), The Big Fellow and The Dubliners Dilemma (Ireland, 2017), Brotherhood (Canada, 2017), Daniel Bye’s Going Viral (UK,2016), Iceland (Canada, 2014), Martin Moran India Tour (USA, 2014), HeLa (UK, 2014), Unsettling Stones (China, 2012), and To The Death of My Own Family (USA, 2007).

We were also instrumental in building international collaborations like Nirbhaya (2013), Gates to India Song (2013), and Tim Supple’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2006-9) & Merchants of Bollywood (2005).

"Madan’s performance is superlative. Director Quasar Thakore Padamsee has handled a rather difficult subject in an adroit manner; he manages to transport the audience beautifully"

The Week on Every Brilliant Thing

" A work of lyrical beauty... The play is worth watching for the cause, and worth supporting because it stands defiantly against the notion of what the theatre going public wants."

Bombay Times on So Many Socks

“A Peasant of El Salvador, coming after Project S-T-R-I-P and So Many Socks, confirms QTP's position as one of the few socially conscious groups doing experimental theatre in Mumbai today."

Mumbai Mirror on QTP

Shanta Gokhale, Mumbai Mirror