Burdens of the past, let out

‘Pagla Ghoda’, written in the 1960s, takes on a new life in Mandala Theatre as it explores the tumultuous lives of four characters haunted by their dark pasts.

A physical depiction of inner turmoil

Mandala Theatre’s ‘The Rose: An Awakening Journey of Yashodhara presents an unconventional, dialogue-free exploration of Yashodhara emotional rollercoaster following Siddhartha Gautam’s departure.

When Manav met Mayaavi

Shilpee Theatre’s recent play ‘Tranzit’—written by Kumar Nagarkoti—is about a crummy playwright with a little too vivid imagination.

A whirlwind of emotions

Mandala Theatre’s ongoing play ‘Hiu Bhanda Chiso’ transports the viewer to a night of existential frenzy at an isolated village in the far west.

Mannered monkey maketh man

Studio 7’s adaptation of Franz Kafka’s story ‘A Report to an Academy’ is an ode to the absurd and a poignant monologue on human frailty.

Facing our demons

‘Chyattiyeko Parda’—which translates to ‘The Torn Curtain’— revolves around a father’s death and how each family member navigates the loss.

Che Guevara reimagined

Purano Ghar Theatre’s ‘Che is Back’ tries to contextualise Guevara’s revolutionary spirit within the Nepali sphere, but something is amiss.

Where dreams go to die

Go Win Productions’ adaptation of Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ is emotionally charged and sincerely executed.

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