AKRON, Ohio — An unique play created by Nepali and American theatre artists shall be carried out at Akron’s Change Home, situated at 760 Elma St., Oct. 27-29.
“Namaste-WHAT? A Nepali-American Selection Present” is introduced by Gum-Dip Theatre and was developed by its Nepali Natak Ensemble.
The collaborative selection present was created after the success of the group theater’s Nepali Applause open-air market and pageant, which was sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Basis.
The brand new play solutions the questions, “How does language have an effect on tradition? Does it change your notion of somebody?” and touches on themes involving multilingual communication and navigating totally different cultures.
The ensemble carried out scenes from “Namaste-WHAT?” during the last two months on the BCAA Annual Pageant, International Village Pageant, Electrical Strain Cooker Cabaret, Reimagining the Civic Commons Convention and Cleveland’s Ingenuity Fest.
“Namaste-WHAT?” can be carried out Friday, Oct. 27 at eight p.m. and 10 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 28 at eight p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m.
Every efficiency has a run time of 1 hour. Seating is restricted.
Tickets can be found for buy on-line at gumdiptheatre.com/tickets/namastewhat to safe a seat for every efficiency.
A donation of $15 per individual is usually recommended for advance reservations.
Gum-Dip Theatre has a “pay-what-you-can” coverage for these paying on the door to attend the performances.
The theater’s objective is to reinforce civic engagement and participation in the area people. Go to gumdiptheatre.com to study extra.
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