A four part love story in Sanskrit, ASL and English in which love transcends sexual orientation, physical attraction, and social structure, and rests instead on the ways in which we communicate and how communication bonds or breaks us. The play is structured around 4 Sanskrit love poems that influence and reflect the journeys of the characters.
"Kapil's "Love Person" is a fascinating brew of emotion, wit and intellect that challenges its audience to reassess how the form of communication shapes understanding." Lisa Brock, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"startling and evocative" Michael Opperman, Twin Cities Daily Planet
"Heart-pounding attraction, intense all-night conversations- Aditi Brennan Kapil's Love Person captures the giddiness of new love affairs. But the play is even more eloquently realistic about the wear and tear that time wreaks on relationships." Nicole Estvanik, American Theatre Magazine, July 2008