Breathe. Move. Imagine.
Natya’s In the Blue Light: Stories of India speaks through gods, goddesses, animals, and demons, weaving a tapestry that transports the audience to another world. Join us at Maggie Daley Park for this Night Out In The Parks performance. Admission is free; all are welcome.
Join Natya in celebrating the arangetram of Sonia Mistry on Saturday, July 22 at Dominican University (River Forest, IL).
Join Natya in celebrating the arangetram of Ashini Shah on Saturday, July 29 at Oswego East High School (Oswego, IL).
Join Natya in celebrating the arangetram of Dhara Patel on Sunday, July 30 at Elgin Community College (Elgin, IL).
Join Natya in celebrating the arangetram of Nadia Mohideen on Sunday, August 6 at Dominican University (River Forest, IL).
Finding My Voice brings to audiences thoughts on global warming, live in relationships, an atheists relationship with the Goddess, sexual preferences and the growing intolerance in the world, all in the strictest and most complex Pandanallur Bharata Natyam vocabulary.
In Out of Bounds, Revanta Sarabhai and Pooja Purohit pose the question: what happens when you dissect Bharata Natyam to its core? The two dancers look for a new narrative, while their bodies still carry traces of the past. We see, in three chapters, a man and a woman transform the pure form of their dance to a story about relationships.
Co-presented by Natya Dance Theatre and Nrithyanjali School of Dance, Spanda Dance Company brings NADI to the Chicago area. NADI explores the love and longing, the physical changes and the deep philosophy that the river inspired through the centuries-old voices of India’s poets.
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