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Indian Ink Theatre Company is a New Zealand theatre company founded by actor Jacob Rajan (b. 1966) and director/writer Justin Lewis (b. 1967). Founded in 1996, Indian Ink's first theatrical production was Krishnan’s Dairy, which went on to win the Chapman Tripp Award for Production of the Year (1997). The following year Krishnan's Dairy presented in the bigger theatre Downstage Theatre and was so popular the season was extended by five shows. Over the years Indian Inks productions have been toured through New Zealand and overseas with presentations including Krishnan's Dairy, The Candlestick Maker, and The Pick King. Their most recent production is Mrs Krishnan's Party (2019).
- "Krishnan’s Dairy", 1997
- "The Candlestickmaker", 2000
- "The Pickle King", 2002
- "The Dentist’s Chair", 2008
- "Guru of Chai", 2010
- "Kiss the Fish", 2013
- "The Elephant Thief", 2015
- "Welcome to the Murder House", 2018
- "Mrs Krishnan's Party", 2019
- 1997: Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards, Production of the Year: Krishnan's Dairy
- 1999: Edinburgh Festival Fringe First Award: "Krishnan's Dairy"
- 2010: Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards, New New Zealand Play of the Year: "The Pickle King"
- 2014: Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards, New New Zealand Play of the Year: "Guru of Chai"
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