Children need no reason to be happy and teenagers needs special reason . their world is obsessed with Digital media and the Internet these days. Sometimes they dive into the Internet world so deep that they tend to dislike the real world. All they are left with is sadness, depression and complaints for the parents, society, nation and most of the time the entire world.
GumFun deals with the same issue. Alina, who is in the peak of teenage, has no reason to get worried besides being chubby that society has discoursed as ‘unfit feminine body’. Being a single child raised by a single mother, her loneliness is enough to make her sad. Then she explores the world of Internet where she can hide all her indent and become whoever she wishes. There she meets Darkflow and soon finds a closer link with him. Meanwhile, Darkflow is equally depressed in his real world.
GumFun showcases the problem dealt by the teenagers and adults who are obsessed with virtual reality and are dissatisfied with the real world, relationship and society. Can Alina and Darkflow get rid of this unreal world? Where would the society head with the loss of humanity in a new Generation? You will find an answer with the journey of play Gumfun directed by Dillip Ranabhat.
PBS Rhythm Sunuwar
Set/Light Design: Bimal Subedi
Props: Madan Subedi
Costume: Pramod Khadka
Art: Dillip Rai/ Krishna Lama
Management/Posture Design: Saajan Kumar Sunuwar
Light Operater: Shrawan Rana
Sound Operater: Dipesh Rai
Stage Manager: PBS Rhythm Sunuwar
Box Office: Rajendra Kumar Shrestha
Set Construction: Ram Bahadur Tamang/ Sukra Dhong
Stage Decoration: Jenny Sunuwar
Playwright: Alisha Solo
Song (Khula Aakash): Astha Tamang Maskey
Play Translate: Jeevesh Rayamahji
Play Adaptation: Dillip Ranabhat
Choreography: Chakra Pulami
Assistant Director: Dipesh Rai
Director: Dillip Ranabhat