Stories By 'Deepesh Paudel'
Rose Schwietz’s rendition of the Brief Candle, which recently completed its run in Kathmandu, explores the absurdity of life in its sudden unpredictability. In a quest to decipher such unfathomability, the play often straddles the thin line between life and death in an attempt to deduce a rationale.
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I hadn’t watched the previous iterations of The Vagina Monologues but based on what I was hearing on the grapevine, I expected it to be radical, in-your-face and ferocious.
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Intimacy is one of the quintessential attributes in the field of theatre. Whether it is to create an organic and immersive chemistry between thespians or to build a captivating bond with the audience, proximity in the black box is often required.
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It’s time for the state to gear up its responsibility in developing and leading the theatre industry
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Radio is considered to be the most widely accessible medium among various mass media outlets. In Nepal, the pervasiveness and affordability of radio has been continuously noted for over six decades.
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The 32nd International Theatre Festival (March 14-20, 2016) held in Friedrichshafen, Germany succeeded in creating a collaborative and interactive conclave for many artists around the world.
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