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An ultimate info-center and monthly magazine
on Punjabi Drama and Theatre.
December 12th, 1968
Leading director of the fifth generation of Punjabi theatre. Worthy successor of the original and creative directorial style in the field of theatre direction. Kirti Kirpal, who, with his realistic style, has become a household name among the folks and rural theatre, has also presented before the intelligentsia the problems of the urban elite. Theatre has become a commitment for him, surpassing the narrower boundaries of profession and mere taste. Though his coverage encompasses a wider range of subjects from society to religion and culture to politics, the centre of his realm essentially remains theatre. His plays interact directly with the audience, leaving technical complexities way behind. Everyone- from the rustic to the intellectual- has something to observe, imbibe and absorb from this interaction. The psychology of audience never really escapes him. He understands what is to be presented before whom and how. There is nothing in his plays which is alien to his spectators. Perhaps that is the reason why the audiences connect so deeply with his presentations. His actors are never the puppets dancing to the strings of his style or subject; they rather cast a spell on stage with their freedom of expression. Script, music, set designing, costume, scenes, blocking and movements have their own importance, but the clarity of expression remains the bulls eye for him, which he hits with near perfection. Blocking of the first class lends a distinctive identity to each actor, but this plethora of technicalities does not sway him away from his ideological view of society.
Truth, beauty and goodness- these are the words that aptly describe his direction.
|Major Works||'Main Bhagat Singh', 'Wrong Number', 'Ghar-Ghar', 'Tuhanun Kehda Rang Psand Hai' (All by Pali Bhupinder Singh), 'Zindgi', 'Gatha Vagde Panian Di' (Jagdev Dhillon) 'Wapsi' (Nirmal Jaura) and 'Mitti Di Kahani' (Chander Shekhar)|
|Publication/Projects||Theatre Workshop in association with Punjab Sangeet Natak Akadmy, Chandigarh & many children theatre workshops.|
|Contact Info||#320 ,home land enclave, Bathinda, India Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 91 164 8427822888 & 9815741465|