C. N. Sreekantan Nair  -  Vision & Mission of a theatre Activist

C. N. Sreekantan Nair - Vision & Mission of a theatre Activist

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Author: Abhilash Pillai
Publisher: Sahitya Akademi
Year: 2007
Language: English
Pages: 233
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8126023775


C. N. Sreekantan Nair born at Trivandrum in 1928. Since 1954 he worked as a full time journalist.

From 1954 onwards we see him as an active worker in multifarious literary activities mainly theatre and its allied activities till his death in 1976, these 48 Years could see in him an able organizerm, a sincere politician, an astute journalist, a notable playwright, and an ace director.

His important works are Thilakkunna Mannu Sindura Pottu, and Pichi Poo, (all short story Collections) Manyathayude Mara, Aa Kani Thinnaruthe, Aettile Pasu, Nashta Kachavatam, Madhu Vidhu, Kanchana Sita, Saketam, Lankalakshmi, and Kali (all Plays) Sneham, Bhakti (One act Plays).


1. Vision and Mission
2. Process and Practices
3. Perception and Perspective
4. Men and Matters
5. Story – Writings: Short Lived
6. Devotion and Love
7. Socio-Domestic Problems
8. Ramayana Trilogy
9. The Forsaken Princess
10. Myth or Reality?
11. Life – A Disastrous Failure
12. Hooting and Hauling
13. Theatre of Roots
14. A Theatre is Born
15. Dream and Reality
16. Farewell at Forty-eight