Pratik Rayamajhi/Republica Artists perform at Broadway, a musical drama, at Army Officers’ Club in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, March 8: Ruslan Broadway show, which is presented by Republica, kicked off on Wednesday at Army Officer's Club, Bag Durbar, Kathmandu. The four-day show will be staged till Saturday.
The show is conceptualized and being performed by the Sushila Dance Company, Sushila Arts Academy. The show is a combination of Nepali and Western musical performance and play choreographed by Alize Biannic.
The musical play is one of its own kind brought together to amuse the senses of audience as it experiments with a unique style of music, drama, ballet and other dances. The story is set between a Tamang village and an armory factory based in another village in 1997 in Nepal.
The Broadway show enthralls the audience with its distinctive visuals projected in sync with the performers' expressions. Different celestial figures and scenic landscapes add extra delight to the performance. All characters in the show have their own tales to tell. Inclusion of the harmony of saxophone brings the spectators close to envisioning a Broadway show performed in New York.
The conflict and consonance of the characters take the viewers on an expedition of various sensations. Important issues such as family and social differences are also explored vividly. We see balanced acts of traditional and modern music.
The show is feast to the eyes of the audience due to its vibrant ambience and lively performances from the actors. It is a must-watch show because of its extraordinary art.