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Holistic growth through theatre: The annual children’s theatre workshop ends with the staging of Ma Joker Banchhu (kp 23/04/2017)

The revolution will be staged: Andolan, a play based on the Jana Andolan II, goes on stage in the Capital (kp 12/04/2017), What has changed?, by Timothy Aryal (kp 15/04/2017)

Theatre artists in Kathmandu might be ‘breaking a leg’ before performances but are they also breaking the bank?, by Timothy Aryal (kp 08/04/2017)

Of the oppressed and the oppressors, by Timothy Aryal (kp 18/03/2017)

The devil within: Theatre Mall’s latest production Bed Number 99 brings to the fore issues of mental illness and its treatment, by Timothy Aryal (kp 04/02/2017)

Stages Of Nepali Drama, by P. Kharel (rn 30/01/2017)

Still hungry: First penned in the 80s, the current adaptation of Govinda Bahadur Malla’s Bhoko Ghar asks if things have changed at all, by Timothy Aryal (kp 24/12/2016)

A celestial theatre: Shilpee Theatre’s latest production, Chiriyeka Saanjh Haru, was a promissory note on the future of Kathmandu’s  theatre-scape, despite its shortcomings, by Timothy Aryal (kp 10/12/2016)

A flower on a lake: Following a theatre production in Mugu, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 15/10/2016)

Looking in, looking out: Examining two recent theatre productions—Thangla and Arjuna’s Dilemma—in the context of Nepali theatre, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 17/09/2016)

Touching the sublime: Arjuna’s Dilemma is about one significant moment in The Mahabharata transformed into a comprehensive experience of dissonance, ending in resolution and harmony, by Kurchi Dasgupta (kp 04/09/2016)

Bhagvad Gita as opera: East meets West in the performance of Arjuna’s Dilemma at Patan Museum next week, by Smriti Basnet (nt 26/08/2016)

Nepali pastoral: In Khagendra Lamichhane’s play Dant ko Dob, Nepal’s rustic reality—and its socio-economic dynamics—takes centre stage, by Timothy Aryal (kp 09/07/2016)

Theatre Village and the city, by Shiva Rijal (kp 11/06/2016)

A case for communal harmony: The play Kathadesh 3, directed by Aashant Sharma, currently on at Gothale Theatre, depicts two ancient societies and tells us lessons that should be learned from them, by Timothy Aryal (kp 05/06/2016)

She’s a rebel, by Timothy Aryal (kp 28/05/2016)

To thine oneself be true: The Nepali adaptation of the Shakespearean play Hamlet closes at the Theatre Village as the production sets its sight on London, by Rea S. Mishra (kp 10/05/2016)

A Midsummer Night’s Sapana: Shakespeare’s epic fantasy A Midsummer Night’s Dream gets a Nepali rendition, by Sahina Shrestha (nt 01/04/2016)

A new online hub for theatre enthusiasts: The website and mobile app, Theatre Hub, is helping bring together theatre actors and enthusiasts (kp 25/03/2016)

Sarwanam’s Mukti represents Nepal in Germany (kp 23/03/2016)

Anna in the Tropics: With a muted backdrop, strong performances by the actors take centre stage, as several scenes stay with the audience long after they end, by Smriti Basnet (ht 11/03/2016)

Not vulgar. Against violence, by Prateebha Tuladhar (kp 05/03/2016)

The chaos of Ra Mailo: Ra Mailo, a Nepali contexualisation of French playwright Jean Anouilh’s 1967 play, evokes the absurdities of life, by Timothy Aryal (kp 06/02/2016)

No cloistered virtue: A group of theatre artists try to become a part of the surreptitious dealing at Ratna Park to understand the other side of the story, by Erika Bam (kp 23/01/2016)

All the world’s a stage, by Cilla Khatry (rep 22/01/2016)

Galvanising Nepali theatre: The two-day-long seminar saw presentations and discussion on the status of contemporary Nepali theatre (kp 03/01/2016)

Symbols and satire: Sanjeev Uprety’s Makaiko Arkai Kheti is a remarkable play, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 20/12/2015)

Dramatic solutions: Nepali theatre has come a long way in the last decade but it still has a lot more to learn, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 15/11/2015)

Chronicling a legend: BP’s life and works come alive in Sandajuko Mahabharat, by Timothy Aryal (kp 03/10/2015)

Theatre for therapy: Post-quake trauma can be addressed through theatrical mediums, by Abhijan Chitrakar-Phnuyal (kp 19/09/21015)

Speaking truth to power: Singha Durbar ko Tender, contextualised for Nepal by Dilip Ranabhat in his directorial debut, succeeds in distinguishing itself as a well conceived, conceptualised and executed commentary on Nepali governance, by Rachana Chettri (kp 27/06/2015)

Finding healing through theatre, interview with Rajan Khatiwada (kp 05/06/2015)

Quake recollections enacted on stage: Culture expert Satya Mohan Joshi recalls how trees danced in the 1934 quake when he was a teen (ht 29/05/2015)

The show must go on, by Sachi Mulmi (rep 29/05/2015)

Helping the people heal through theatre, by Dayahang Rai (kp 26/05/2015)

NSD staging dramas for quake victims, by Devendra Bhattarai (kp 17/05/2015)

A theatre in transition: In 34 years, Sarwanam Theatre has pushed the boundaries of theatre and brought the art form closer to the masses, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 12/04/2015)

His lessons: Mahesh Dattani’s three-day workshop in Kathmandu had a lot to teach theatre artists, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 22/03/2015)

An earnest show: The Laramie Project on Capital’s stage (ht 08/03/2015), Remembering Laramie, by Rachana Chettri (kp 14/03/2015)

New frontier: There is a great fun in witnessing a play drawn from a foreign culture and presented in a foreign language, by Kurchi Dasgupta (rep 28/02/2015)

Intolerance for hate: One World Theatre produces a play to raise questions about intolerance, by Stéphane Huët (nt 27/02/2015)

Theatre of shattered dreams, by Rachana Chettri (kp 31/01/2015)

Before the curtains rise, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 30/01/2015)

Raajab’s play comes alive (kp 28/12/2014)

Dhon Cholecha at Shilpee (kp 21/12/2014)

The dance of duende, by Rachana Chettri (kp 20/12/2014)

Brecht: Tribute to the guru; Studio 7's The Three Paise Opera is an adaptation of the German play The ThreePenny Opera, by Kanak Mani Dixit (nt 12/12/2014), The Three Paisa Opera’s set design wows all (ht 14/12/2014)

Theater History Of Nepal, by Binaya Ghimire (rn 01/11/2014)

Road act: Street theatre, an art form with great merits in this country, faces the risk of disappearance, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 19/09/2014)

Class and the mass: Despite its past linkages to high-society, Nepali theatre is primarily a middle-class persuasion, by Deepesh Paudel (kp 31/08/2014)

Nepali stage: Yesterday, today and tomorrow, by Ashish Dhakal (rep 22/08/2014)

Rites of passage: Ashmina Ranjit’s work brings in an explosive feminine perspective and intertwines it with larger issues of migration, by Kurchi Dasgupta (kp 17/08/2014)

Kathmandu Mall to house theatre, by Anup Ojha (kp 19/07/2014)

In a land far, far away, by Rachana Chettri (kp 19/07/2014)

Politics on stage: Overt expression of politics in theatre can dilute artistic freedom and the mystical power of storytelling, by Deepesh Poudel (kp 22/06/2014)

The unseen unveiled, by Kurchi Dasgupta (kp 24/05/2014)

Here comes Hetchhakuppa!, by Manisha Neupane (kp 05/03/2014)

Raise the curtain: Newly built theatres should help restore the relationship between architecture and the audience, by Abhi Subedi (kp 23/02/2014)


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