by Professor Viji Prakash, UCLA Dept of World Arts and Cultures/Dance
Saturday, May 10, 20144:00 PMPlaza Del Sol Performance HallCalifornia State University, Northridge
English dialogue, poetry, gesture and indigenous people's history serve as synthesis of the classical and contemporary in this production of two stunning dance theater works from India. Director Gowri Ramnarayan is revitalizing Indian theater with ground breaking interpretations of modern classics and creation of new work that is relevant and where artists feel safe to take risks and push boundaries. Featuring: Gowri Ramnarayan, Mythili Prakash, Sheejith Krishna, Amritha Murali and Akhila Ramnarayan.
Tickets: $55, $35, $22 (student with ID) www.shaktibharatanatyam.com
Program on Central Asia
With generous support from the UCLA International Institute, the Asia Institute will lead a three-year Program on Central Asia in collaboration with the Center for European and Eurasian Studies, the Center for Near Eastern Studies and CISA.
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