Mandala is a group of young, enthusiastic and dedicated theatre workers. After long training and individual involvement in this field, we thought of forming a group and working together. We want to develop it as a space that can take in all the theatre artists. The various genres of literature are inalienably linked to theatre and Mandala attempts at assimilating all of them in its productions and works.
Sarwanam has established itself as the leading theatre group of Nepal. By introducing alternative theatre that requires little or no artificial props on the stage, Sarwanam has successfully triumphed over the dominating rule of the traditional and conventional proscenium theatre in Nepal. Before the birth of Sarwanam, conventional theatre was the popular form of theatre in Nepal that only focused towards the elite and privileged classes and displayed expensive props and settings. Sarwanam devised alternative theatre as a need to reach out to the common people that accumulate the large population of the country.
The word Shilpee refers to 'artist' in Nepalese language. Shilpee Theatre Group was established in 2006 with seven theatre artists. Currently, there are thirteen members in the group consisting of seven full time artists, five administrative staff and an Artistic Director with a Board of Directors to support and lead its activities.
Theatre Mall is mainly a platform and institute for regular Theatre plays; which is organized by the youth theatre artist who have been into this profession for about a decade.For the first time in Nepal, Theatre Mall was established in a business complex by Suskera: Into the art and Theatre Centre For Children (TCC Nepal) with a vision to make theatre as an independent profession.
Theatre Village Nepal is a not-for-profit organization based in Kathmandu working with an objective of redefining Nepali Theatre. Its primary focus has been to explore theatre language that helps theatre go well with the technological advancement in the cyberage. For the same, this organization focuses on research and seminars for the excavation of the roots of Nepali theatre; innovative and thought provoking theatre productions to bridge indigenous performance culture with cutting edge world theatre.