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Re-Rooted: The Contemporary Dance Festival
Contemporary dance enhances the beauty of traditional dance forms by applying intricate movements which enables dancers to combine the many languages of dance with each other with a sense of fluidity and versatility.
Re-Rooted: The Contemporary Dance Festival celebrates this very essence and the four groups performing here will represent a spectrum of Indian Contemporary work with roots in Bharatanatyam and Odissi.
This festival is set between 26 and 27 January 2019 and each evening will play host to two dance performances from across India, which will take you through many emotions.
8:30 - 9:30 PM - Anuradha Venkatraman's "Six Feet" Land & Us is a production that explores the relationship between humans share with land povoking us to ask the question: how do we as humans strike a balance between sustainability and development.
9:30 - 10:30 PM - Revanta Sarabhai's(man of many talents) Out of Bounds poses the question to the viewers and itself: what happens when you dissect Bharatanatyam to its core? As the dancers tread deeper towards an understanding of the dance form, their story evolves to reveal a parenthetical story about human relationships.
8:30 - 9:30 PM - Hark is presented by Kaishiki, students of Daksha Mashruwala, Mumbai.
Namaha Mazoomdar’s HARK is a dance-theatre production based on a tragic real life event of four happily married women in a family, turning widows within a year.
9:30 - 10:30 PM - Who? by Ronita Mookerji: is an intricate, introspective, multi-layered exploration of identity and
crises through two interwoven solos, while trying to deal with the 'dual' energies present in nature--of the masculine and feminine.
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