Collection of Mandala Theatre's latest news and events.
"I Can" is a forum theatre play developed/devised through an intensive workshop organized in Mandala Theatre. The play collects three different stories to weave in one series of performance.
Jhimke Mama is a social realistic drama. The play is a satire which tries to show the effect of social and culturally intertwined racial divisions and caste system on the thinking of common people.
The play depicts the current crime issue of society and its political nexus. This play is a socio-political fiction from the legal point of view.
Territorium invites to a collage, a room where “sense” and “non-sense” is equated, and the different elements possess equal roles in a musical polyphonic whole.
The play portrays the story and psychological analysis of a young man from Bhojpur who is in his journey to go abroad for work. However, his bag is lost as soon as he arrives Kathmandu.
Update: Due to ongoing COVID 19 emergencies and the request from the government, we are postponing this workshop. The safety of our friends is always a top priority for Mandala Theatre Nepal. New dates will be announced later.
Mandala Theatre-Nepal presents the web version of 'NITFest 2019: Reflections', a collection of articles and reviews of activities happened during Nepal International Theatre Festival (NITFest) 2019.
Mandala Theatre-Nepal proudly launches the web version of Aadha Satya drama book (The Half Truth) in Nepali and English. The book had been originally published and released through a ceremony in 2018.
भारतको नयाँ दिल्लीस्थित राष्ट्रिय नाट्य विद्यालय (नेशनल स्कुल अफ ड्रामा) द्वारा हरेक वर्ष आयोजना गरिने एशियाकै प्रतिष्ठित अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय नाट्य महोत्सव ‘भारत रंग महोत्सव २०२०’ मा जानुपूर्व नाटक महाभोजलाई बिराटनगरमा मञ्चन गरिने भएको हो ।
Mandala Theatre-Nepal is preparing for its' next production. Under the direction of Pradip Kumar Chaudhary, the play titled 'Jhimke Mama' has been in-process since the last week of December 2019.