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Protest Against Patriarchy
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Nepal, May 12 -- I hadn't watched the previous iterations of The Vagina Monologues but based on what I was hearing on the grapevine, I expected it to be radical, in-your-face and ferocious. Private is Political, the latest version of it, is indeed, no different. Produced by Katha Ghera and directed by Akanchha Karki, the play is a strong jibe at the brazen patriarchy existing in Nepal and elsewhere. The performance, which faithfully follows the monologue syntax, brings multiple anecdotes of abuse, harassment and perceptual bias to the fore. In order to do so, the playmakers have put in noticeable efforts in researching, arranging and designing actual happenings, ultimately making the play more authentic and pertinent. Considering the obje...
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