He has written several plays. Among them some of the important names can be mentioned as Mouna-k-kural i.e. "Silent Voice" in 1994 and Cbempavalakali in 1995. He also published numerous articles on theatre and a treatise in Tamil on dramaturgy. He has directed over forty productions in Tamil, Malayalam language and Hindi language, introducing European and Indian masters, classical and modern. Landmarks include G. Sankara Pillai's Karutta daivatte tedi i.e. "In Search of the Black God", Veriyattam i.e. "Frenzied Dance" in 1990, adapting Euripides's Trojan Women using native oppari dirges, and Max Frisch's Andorra in 1992. Ramanujam is a pivotal figure in Tamil theatre and Malayalam theatre. Many events and activities in both linguistic areas owe their inspiration to him. Yet critics are still to grasp the spirit of his stylized theatre.
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