Cover Poster of Jyanmaya Play

A play titled- Jyanmaya will be performed at Mandala Theatre from Sep 04, 2016 to Oct 02, 2016 (Ashoj 04- Asoj 16, 2073). This play will be produced and performed by Aesthetic Dance Studio. This play is based on the short-epic of the same name written by Sarubhakta. This dance drama is directed by Namrata KC, who is recently back from India after completing her Masters Degree in Performing Arts with the main subject Katthak. Its her second venture in dance-drama direction. She, together with Mandala's member Najir Husen, had directed the play 'Swan Lake' two years ago.

Jyanmaya will be a unique theatre performance alike 'ballet-performance'. This play will have Kripa Bajracharya along with Reyear Rai, Nisha Karki, Kunti J Simali, Samyog Guragain, Manisha Basnet, Neha Tamang, Pratik Dulal and Suraj Shrestha as performers.

About the Play

The main subject of this play is the love story of a couple who have eloped from their village for getting married. The play presents the struggle of Mane (who is always being chased by his own luck) and Kanchi (who is from very poor background) to save their love life. The play is fully musical and the story will be performed in the form of dance.

 

Date: Asoj 04 - Asoj 16, 2073 (Sep 20- Oct 02, 2016)
Time: 5.15 PM Everyday (Except Mondays)
(Two Shows Every Saturday | 1 PM and 5.15 PM)
Venue: Mandala Theatre Hall, Anamnagar (Opposite to East Gate of Singhadurbar | View Location)

 

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Following is the text version of the August-September, 2016 Newsletter of Mandala Theatre Nepal.

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