WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED !

To support the Nepal Government’s ongoing efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) and for safety of all of us, Mandala Theatre will remain closed until 12th April 2020 (30th Chaitra 2076). All our planned activities like regular performances, workshops, training and other related programs are postponed until next notice.
 
During this time, our landline phone will not be picked up. However you can reach us via our Facebook page or email.
We request all of you to stay safe, healthy and follow the guidelines of authority strictly. Also, in this time of emergency, we urge you to only get updated information from official agencies or reputed medias and don’t panic over rumors.
 
We will win this fight! We just need to hang on till we do.

Gender and Diversity Sensitive Work in Theatre (Open Call)

Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting a workshop on Gender and Diversity Sensitive Work in Theatre from 7th -9th April 2020 at Kathmandu.

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting a workshop on Gender and Diversity Sensitive Work in Theatre from 7th -9th April 2020 at Kathmandu.

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal is hosting a workshop on Gender and Diversity Sensitive Work in Theatre from 7th -9th April 2020 at Kathmandu. After the successful completion of four series of such workshops to in-house artists and students and the request for such training from outside artists, Mandala Theatre-Nepal is openly announcing this workshop this time for all interested theatre artists or enthusiasts.

In an attempt to understand and respond to issues of discrimination and harassment through/in theatre, Mandala has started organizing the workshop since September 2019 and also formed a ‘Gender and Diversity Focal Committee’. Inviting professional counselors and experts to be in its’ panel, the committee includes 3 members; Karuna Kunwar, Rena Shrestha and Michael Thonhauser.

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Karuna Kunwar and Rena Shrestha are professional psychologists and counselors also working actively in field of gender and diversity. Michael Thonhauser is a systemic counselor, theatre artist and working for GIZ-ZFD Nepal as a peace adviser. The committee works independently and provides support to theatre artists and students in issues related to gender and diversity. All the issues coming to committee will be kept confidential and will be handled sensitively.

We would like to invite interested theatre artists to fill up the registration form to secure a seat in the workshop. As we would be only able to accommodate maximum 17 participants in one season, we will give priority to the early registrations.

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Application Form Application form developed in Google Form can be accessed via this link. Please fill and submit this form to secure your seat in this free but important workshop. Go to Link

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