Collection of Mandala Theatre's latest news and events.
As the water dries up at a spring near the foot of the mountain and the unfavorable weather makes it difficult, the fishes travel to the sea to find a solution to the crisis - their search is for JIJIBISHA
Students of Mandala's Drama School 1st Batch will present 4 short-plays as their PRACTICE PRODUCTION based on experiences of conflict victims and survivors.
The play Arko Artha Nalagema is related to the current political situation of our country but from the citizen's perspective.
The first batch of Mandala Drama School has created three forum theatre plays on social issues that are personal, something we see, hear and feel in our families and society.
"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.
Mandala Theatre is looking forward to hiring National Peace Advisor - Local Professional who is strongly interested and capable to contribute to theatre projects relating to social transformation.
Mandala Theatre-Nepal organized a convocation ceremony to provide certificates and to give the final farewell to the 16 participants of Mandala's Drama School- 1st batch on Thursday, 16th December 2021.
On 16th December 2021, Mandala Theatre-Nepal organized an event to launch the Nepali edition of 'Improvising Real Life', a book by Jo Salas, the co-founder of Playback Theatre at Mandala's new venue at Thapagaun, Kathmandu.
Mandala Theatre-Nepal will host the ninth edition of THEATRE LAB at the begins of January this year. THEATRE LAB is a short term theatre qualification program being conducted by Mandala Theatre-Nepal for novice theatre learners.
Mandala Theatre Nepal is back with its new production JIJIBISHA. The play will be performed by the students of Mandala Drama School (First Batch). The play will be performed for 2 days only (Oct 25 and 26, 2021).
After the successful decade of Mandala Naatakghar in Anamnagar, Mandala Theatre Nepal has built a new and comprehensive theatre space in Thapagaun, Kathmandu in 2021.