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At Malamulla Sri Sudarshanarama temple, Kiriberiya, Panadura, Sri Lanka in 2009
29 November 1939|
Galle, Sri Lanka
30 October 2009 (aged 69)|
Colombo, Sri Lanka
|Occupation||Playwright, educator, actor, director, critic|
|Genre||Drama, Street Theatre|
|Notable awards||Kala Keerthi (1995)|
Gamini Kalyanadarsha Haththotuwegama (29 November 1939 – 30 October 2009) was a Sri Lankan playwright, director, actor, critic and educator. He was widely known as the father of Sri Lanka's modern street theatre. He was among the most influential directors of post-independent Sri Lanka.
- "වීදි නාට්ය කලාවේ පුරෝගාමියා". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
- Haththa: Painting the drama of the street
- Farewell to father of street theatre
- Sri Lanka's wayside theater
- ගාමිණී හත්තොටුවේගම වීදි නාට්ය කලාවේ පුරෝගාමියා
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