Tree Confessions (USA)- Zoom Lecture by Erin Mee

A tree tells the story reminding us that human beings and plants live in one interconnected ecosystem. To be part of this play, audiences can visit NITFest, collect seeds or plant and get audio file. They can also register for this event event which is interaction with the director via zoom.

They then have to find a tree near them, sit under it (or nearby), press play, and listen to the tree’s confessions. They can do this in their time but prior to this lecture event.

Many of our accomplishments and the narratives of history have been intermixed with bloods of different wars. Until today, every continent in the world has experienced and hated war. But the war keeps coming back.

Every war leads people somewhere. But are they really satisfied with what they found as their destiny ?

How does one deal with the memory of their own people's blood shed ? We are not here to answer these questions but the performance will help to search more questions. 

Supporting crew: Anshu Khanal, Prabhat Timilsina, Suraj Parajuli

A musical solo performance that speaks of the receptive exploration of a body attentive to change. Tries to illuminate Change, the movement of Change, and the process of Change through a body that breathes in multiple and simultaneous rhythms, appearing in new times and spaces.

Examines the history and culture of the Bhutanese-Nepali-American people who were displaced from their homeland as part of the Bhutanese Refugee Crisis in the 1990s and early 2000s. Inspired by the true story of Bal’s family– members of the Tamang tribe, an ethnic group in the Bhutanese-Nepali community.

Examines the history and culture of the Bhutanese-Nepali-American people who were displaced from their homeland as part of the Bhutanese Refugee Crisis in the 1990s and early 2000s. Inspired by the true story of Bal’s family– members of the Tamang tribe, an ethnic group in the Bhutanese-Nepali community.

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Mandala Theatre Nepal
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Gowin Production
Encore Media
Diverse Patterns
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British Council Nepal
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Kathmandu Metropolitan City
Nepal Tourism Board
German Development Coorporation
German Development Coorporation
Civil Peace Project
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Pathshala Foundation
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Foto Crystal
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Hotel Le Himalaya
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Jalapa Fresh Drinking Water
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Hunk Energy Drink
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Nepal Association of Sign Language Interpreters
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