First time in the history of USA, there is a festival of Indian Dance Dramas. It is happening in St. Louis, MO. It is happening in our back yard We are presenting 12 dance dramas
These are Romantic, Comedy, Tragedy, Spiritual, Historical and Contemporary dance production totally created by Indian artists in USA. This festival signifies the growth of Indian performing arts in USA by Indian Immigrants. These are fabulous presentations. Come and Enoy Subhadra Parinaya choreographed by Prasanna Kasthuri from St. Louis in Bharathanatyam style Geetha Govinda choreographed by Deepthi Mukund from Washington DC in Bharathanatyam style - AMRAPALI choreographed by Sethuraman Madhu from Dallas in Bharathanatyam style Shakuntala choreographed by Shobha Subramanyam from Baltimore in Bharathanatyam style Murugan choreographed by Sudha Chandrasekar from Detroit in Bharathanatyam style Shyaama choreographed by Nandini Mandal from Philadelphia in Rabindra Nartan style Dhruva (An Indian re-work of Lion King) choreographed by Chitra Ramaswamy from New Jersey in Neo-Bharathanatyam style Krishna Parijatham choreographed by Rathna Kumar from Houston in style Purandaradasa choreographed by Shridhar & Akhila from San Antonio & New Jersey in Bharathanatyam style Rama Eshwara choreographed by Asha Adiga from Chicago in Bharathanatyam style Shad Ripu choreographed by Shambhavi Vazhe from Los Angeles in Kathak style Gandhi choreographed by Mythili Kumar from San Francisco in Modern Indian style Number artists performing on Stage on all three days: 290
Location Clayton High School Auditorium Tickets are on sale now on www.natya.org
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