Stories Tagged 'Mandala theatre'
A team from Mandala Theatre has embarked on a tour to western Nepal as part of the ‘Bigat sanga byawahar’ (Engaging with the Past) programme. As part of the programme, the team will stage the play Naufrine Bhyaguta, a revised version of the play Jumping Frog (first staged in Mandala in 2014), in seven cities across the west.
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Actor Dayahang Rai’s new theatre directorial, Jalini, which is a dramatisation of a folktale written by Dhruba Satya Pariyar, has started its staging at Mandala Theatre from Friday.
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The Nepali adaptation of Italian Nobel Prize-winning playwright Dario Fo’s renowned play Non Si Paga? Non Si Paga! (Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!, as translated into English) is being staged at Mandala Theatre, starting this Friday, August 3. The Nepali version of the play is called Sakeko Tiraunla, Natra Firima!, and is adapted and directed by Bikash Joshi.
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Actor Najir Hussain has returned to theatre with his debut directorial The Ugly Duckling (or Kurup Haans), which is an adaptation of Danish author Hans Christian Anderson’s fairytale first published in 1843 AD.
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Marking the first joint directorial of Dayahang Rai and Rajan Khatiwada, co-founders of Mandala Theatre, play, Club 7, is currently being staged at Mandala in Anamnagar. The play opened on Tuesday.
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In January this year, the Kathmandu-based Mandala Theatre, in partnership with Let’s International, organised Purbanchal Natak Yatra, a tour featuring the staging of the play Sarjameen in various cities in the east.
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