Trayam to be staged on May 26


By A Staff Reporter,Kathmandu, May 24: Three girls live in a rented flat in Kathmandu. A small flat becomes an unlikely home to the three young women who, despite their glaring incompatibilities, find themselves forced to live together. 

Their lives take an unexpected turn when a pivotal incident shatters their understanding of one another, laying bare their true natures and revealing a shared past that unravels like the turning pages of a book. Within the span of a single day, the story of years unfolds before them.

This narrative comes to life in the play 'Trayam,' which is all set to be staged at Kaushi Theater from May 26. 

 Written and directed by Dilip Ranabhat, the play delves into the lives of these three women, shedding light on the daily violence experienced by the women.

The play is produced by Theater Village which recently produced plays like 'Palpsa Cafe' and 'The Confession'.

Director Ranabhat has said that he prepared the play a year ago in connection with teaching at King's College.

"I have been carrying this issue for a long time. A year ago, when I taught theatre at King's College, I developed it a little. But it did not reach the audience. This time I have an opportunity to showcase the play,"  said Ranabhat. 

Sangeeta Thapa, Raksha Thapa and Poornima Acharya have played the lead role. 

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