Short and sharp

  • | Saturday | 28th January, 2017

The poignancy of woes of the senior citizens came out well in the play.”Pillai too has published short plays. “Like short films now in vogue mini plays can become popular.”The director of Delhi-based Kshitij Theatre Group, Bharti Sharma feels training in mini plays is good for self growth as a performer and director. Now to adapt it for stage is what calls for certain aptitude and attitude.” Having penned scripts for shorts Iqbal is aware of this quality. “Here one needs to explore the collaboration between short stories and plays. It seems there is no dearth of stories for the mini plays.

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