With these dramas, the café attracts a large number of drama enthusiasts and those who like this new form of performance. In this space, the artists and the audience become interactive and closer and there is not any gap between them. At this café, the audience can learn about all the stages in a drama, such as staging, dividing scenes, sounds, light, disguise and backstage.
Artists put on makeup before their performance at Drama Café.
The unique space inside Drama Café.
The audiences are both enjoying delicious drinks and watching interesting dramas.
Audiences and actors are very close and friendly.
While waiting for the performance, Ngoc Quang, a student from the University of Culture said, “I like the interactive contact between the artists and the audience at the café”. According to Hong Trang, head of the Kich Doi Troupe, members of the troupe are young and share a great passion for the art so they want to bring the drama close to life and help the audience feel relaxed after a hard-working day.
With a unique space of both a mini theatre and a café, Duong Nhu has now become an ideal destination for those who love drama and enjoy delicious drinks.