Degree Maila is the latest theatre production of Mandala Theatre Nepal. Being premiered in February 2013, the play is still running in Mandala Natakghar with houseful audiences. The play tells the story of a universal place where people are forced to dream. People love dreaming though it gives them pain. Degree Maila is a character based play where event doesn’t occur, but its’ effect upon the characters comes to the stage. This play makes you laugh and cry at same time.
Sunkeshari is the first play Mandala Theatre Nepal produced after the inauguration of Mandala Natakghar in Anamnagar, Kathmandu. The play was premiered at Rongo Harshe Bingo Barshe, an international theatre festival held in Dhaka, Bangladesh in November. It was the opening play of Kathmandu International Theatre Festival 2012 organized by Aarohan Gurukul. After that the play was performed in Ritwik International Theatre Festival 2012 in West Bengal, India.
As its 4th venture in proscenium Nepali theatre, Mandala Theatre Nepal producedd the play Juli Maiya in 2010. A Nepali translation and adaptation of famous naturalistic play Miss Julie by August Strindberg, this play has been showcased regularly for 15 days at DECC Hall, United World Trade Centre, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu. Directed by Rajan Khatiwada, the play highlighted the tragic consequences of the protagonist because of the deterministic role played by the heredity and environment.
Ghungrieko Kapaal is another play produced by Mandala Theatre Nepal in 2011. It’s a play that can be performing in both proscenium halls and open air space too. This play was targeted for family and children. Ghungrieko Kapaal is the outcome indicator of Family Theatre, a theatre project conducted by Mandala Theatre Nepal in corporation with Passepourt Theatre Production (PTP), Denmark. The project was supported by Embassy of Denmark, DANIDA.
Maila Dot Com is the second production of Mandala Theatre Nepal. It’s also the first proscenium performance by Mandala. At first this play was showcased as the joint venture of Photo Circle, UNHCR and Mandala Theatre Nepal in August 2009. The play chronicled a layer of psychological maneuvers, sexual urges, emotions and feelings of the protagonist. The voyeuristic moves of the hero along with the fluctuation in his daily lives were the themes that were highlighted.
Charandas Chor is next proscenium performance produced by Mandala Theatre Nepal. It was first launched as a college production for Ace Institute of Management, New Baneshwor. As the official production of Mandala, the play has been re-rehearsed and prepared in March 2010. It was then showcased regularly for 7 days at Raastriya Naachghar, Jamal. The play was later performed in 10 major cities of Nepal during Mandala Mobile Theatre Tour 2010, an ambitious theatre project conceived by Mandala.