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'Jokhana' conveying the plight of a woman

'Jokhana' conveying the plight of a woman

- by Republica

The drama 'Jokhana' is being staged at Manadala Theatre, Anamnagar from March 22. The drama is an adaptation of a story by Biyash Rai. It is from his story collection 'Hiumajhi’, and is directed by...

Mugu comes alive at Mandala

Mugu comes alive at Mandala

- by Sonam Lama

Along with the ancient melodies and vibrant cultures, Mugu comes with a queer practice of Garbha Chhitta which is an age-long tradition where the parents decide to get their children married while in their wombs.

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NIT Fest marks its third day

NIT Fest marks its third day

Nepal International Theater Festival marked it third day staging four plays at four different theaters in Kathmandu on Wednesday. Numerous national and international plays were staged to celebrate the grand occasion.

NIT Fest calls for international plays

NIT Fest calls for international plays

- by Republica

The first day of Nepal International Theater Festival was grandly observed with the presence of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli who formally inaugurated the event.

Nepali documentary in America

Nepali documentary in America

Nepali documentary titled ‘A Day in The Life of Himalaya Shepherd’ was shortlisted for ‘The Colony Short Film Festival’ scheduled to be held in America in March.

Plays for the week

Plays for the week

- by Kiran Lama

If you are a regular theatergoer, mark your time—new plays are waiting for you this week. Here is a list plays My City suggests for the theater-enthusiasts of K-town.

Manmaya: A battle against women-violence (with video)

Manmaya: A battle against women-violence (with video)

- by Kiran Lama

‘Manmaya’—a social drama was staged in the premises of the Hotel Himalyan, Kupondol on Sunday. Directed by Anup Baral, the play was a part of Academic Conference on Gender Equality and Sexual Trafficking in Nepal.

Mrityu kaa kaamdaar: Playing with death

Mrityu kaa kaamdaar: Playing with death

- by Kiran Lama

Nobody can encounter death while one is alive. But the tales of Yama—The God of death seem to haunt throughout our lifetime. On Sunday afternoon, theatergoers in Kathmandu encounter the messengers of death at Kunja Theater, Baneshwar.

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