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Chennai Season schedule

November 1 - 27, 2017 Benaras, Hampi, Bangalore, New Delhi
  
Schedule for Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha
- 1 Nov: Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company perform at the Ganga Mahotsav in Benaras, Uttar Pradesh.
- 4 Nov: Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company perform at the HAMPI UTSAV in Karnataka.
- 6 Nov: Hosted by Faculty Head Dr. Vasanth Kiran at Reva University, Bangalore, Geeta Chandran joins dancers Lakshmi Vishwanathan and Manju Bhargavee in a freewheeling discussion on classical dance - the way forward.
- 14 Nov: As part of the Delhi International Arts Festival 2017, Geeta Chandran’s performance in and as Ravana will be part of an evening of classical dance based on the Ramayana.
Venue: Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi.
- 16 Nov: Geeta Chandran presents an illustrated lec-dem on Bharatanatyam under the aegis of SPIC MACAY at the Japuria School, Vasundhara.
- 25 Nov: Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company perform as part of the ongoing Mandala Celebrations at the Ayyapa Temple, Sector 2, R.K. Puram, New Delhi.
- 27 Nov: To mark the silver jubilee celebrations of India Habitat Centre, Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company present ANEKANTA at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 
Info: natyavriksha@gmail.com

November 4 - 29, 2017 Odisha, Chattisgarh, Japan

Schedule for Guru Gajendra Panda and Tridhara.
-Nov 4, Baramba, Odisha: Odissi dance drama KRISHNAYA TUBHYAM NAMAH by principal dancers of KVK, Cuttack, for Chadakhai Mahotsav.
At: Shri Bhismeswar Mahadev Temple, 7pm
-Nov 4, Raipur, Chattisgarh: DEVI DASABIDHAM by Aarya Nande, principal dancer of Tridhara, for Rajyotshav.
At: Pt. Syamaprasad Mukherjee  Amphitheatre, Chattisgarh, 7pm
-Nov 10, Baramba, Odisha: Odissi dance drama SAKHIGOPINATHA for Chadakhai Mahotsav by principal dancers of Tridhara.
At: Open-air Kabichandra Mandap, 7pm
-Nov 13, Nagoya, Japan: Display video of Guru Gajendra Panda’s Japan tour 2017 for 3rd  AKHADA-2017.
At: Studio Funfun, 5pm
-Nov 19, Moriama, Japan: Ganesh Tandav by Chisato Miura and principal dancers of Tridhara, Japan, for 17th Moriama Cultural Festival.
At: Moriama Cultural Hall, 7pm
-Nov 25, Sambalpur, Odisha: Odissi dance drama YOGINI YOGA ROOPA by principal dancers of Tridhara, Bhubaneswar, for Foundation Day.
At: Amphitheatre, 7pm
-Nov 29, Nagoya, Japan: Odissi Dance Workshop by Chisato Miura and Masae, in memory of Guru Debaprasad Das.
At: Studio Funfun, 4pm
Info: pandagajendra989@gmail.com

November 5 - 19, 2017 Bangalore, Hyderabad
   
Schedule for Abhinava Dance Company
- Nov 5, Bangalore: Abhinava Dance Company presents SAMBHRAMA at the Indian Road Congress Meet, Palace Grounds, 6.30pm
- Nov 10, Bangalore: Abhinava Dance Company presents SAMBHRAMA for the Second Indian Cancer Congress, Convention Hall, 6.30pm
- Nov 11, Hyderabad: Nirupama, Rajendra, Rohini Prabhath & Naveen Hegde offer a classical concert for (SICA) South Indian Cultural Association - a non profit organisation for Carnatic music and dance.
Venue: Ravindra Bharati, 6.30pm
- Nov 19, Hyderabad: Nirupama Rajendra and Abhinava Dance Company present KATHAKITATHOM for dance festival conducted by Lasya Kalpa Foundation.
Venue: Ravindra Bharati, 7.30pm
For details contact: indu@abhinavadancecompany.com +919902355722

November 11 - 19, 2017 London & Mumbai

- Nov 11: IMMERSED by Aditi Mangaldas performing at Indian Adventures of Sitar and Dance at Darbar Festival. 
At: Sadler's Wells, Sadlers Well Theatre, EC1R 4 London, 7pm
Ticket information: secure.sadlerswells.com
- Nov 17: UTSAV by Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company-The Drishtikon Dance Foundation performing at NCPA, Mumbai.
Ticket informaiton: http://www.ncpamumbai.com
- Nov 18 & 19: As a part of the Masterclass series, Aditi Mangaldas will be conducting a two-day Kathak workshop.
NCPA, West Room 1, 10am to 5pm
For registrations: Call 6622 3822/?70390 67878 or e-mail: sdasgupta@ncpamumbai.com
Info: aditimangaldas@gmail.com

November 15 & 20, 2017 Thiruvananthapuram

Samudra Performing Arts presents Samudra Season Theatre 2017
Samudra is based in the beautiful village of Vakkom (near Varkala in Thiruvananthapuram) which is bestowed with natural beauty.  Through the season theatre, they aim at international audience and this theatre serves as a meeting place for tourists interested in art and culture.  The concept and ambience is created with natural elements for lighting and stage setting.
On 15 & 20 November, 7pm on both days
At: Vakkom, Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram
Contact: +91 9847324192 (Madhu) +91 9447451606 (Sajeev)
e-mail: ms_samudra@hotmail.com

November 15 - 22, 2017 UK

Amina Khayyam Dance Co presents ONE and A THOUSAND FACES. Sensitised by the global refugee issue, Amina Khayyam returns to the fundamental principle of Indian philosophy and classical arts of the cyclic phenomenon, where there is no beginning nor an end, to propose that we are all but refugees of time undermining how we become territorial of our habitat. Acccompanied by Debasish Mukherjee (tabla), Lucy Rahman (vocals), Alastair Morgan (cello).
Choreography: Amina Khayyam
Performers:  Jane Chan, Harmage Singh Kalirai and Amina Khayyam
- 15 Nov, 7.30pm: ONE at Dance Woking / Rhoda McGaw Theatre, The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, Woking GU21 6GQ
- 16 Nov, 7:30pm: A THOUSAND FACES at Luton Library Theatre
- 22 Nov, 7:30pm: A THOUSAND FACES at Old Market Theatre, Brighton

November 15 - 30, 2017 Bangalore, Thirukurungudi

Schedule for Natya Stem Dance Kampni
- 15 Nov:  NSDK performs ‘Co-existing with  tradition to modernity’ for Swissre. 
- 17 Nov: Ravindra Kalakshetra – ‘Under the Raintree Women's Cultural Festival’ - Kampni director Madhu Nataraj curates the dance quotient of this first of its kind women's Biennale, exploring feminism and feminity through myriad dance forms, featuring eminent dancers from the genres of classical, folk and contemporary dance.
- 30 Nov: The Kampni performs a specially designed Kathak recital at the Thirukurungudi temple for the annual Kaisiki Natakam festival.
Info: info@stemdancekampni.in

November 16 - 19, 2017 Oakland, San Francisco, CA

BROKEN SEEDS still grow, a production to be staged on four days, presented by Nadhi Thekkek and Nava Dance Theatre. Music composed by GS Rajan, choreography by Nadhi and artworks by Rupy C Tut. The orchestra has Sindhu Natarajan - vocals, Santosh Chandru – mridangam / ghatam / kanjira / kunnakol, GS Rajan - flute and Chris - cello.
Venue: The Flight Deck, 1540 Broadway, Oakland, 8pm, Sunday 7pm

November 17 & 18, 2017 Lexington, MA
 
At TRINETHRA - The Third Eye Festival of Dance, Mesma Belsare presents NATYAMEKHALA / ORNAMENT OF DANCE: an evening that explores Hindu and Buddhist images from Rudra  and Ranganatha to the Red Tara. Dance, visual art and costume design by Belsare highlight  links between movement and the (seemingly) static imagery in traditional Indian arts.
Dance direction is by Dr. Maya Kulkarni. Trinethra is a two-evening dance festival curated by Jayshree Rajamani and features dancers from Massachusetts and New York.
- Nov17:
6:30 - 7pm - Kuchipudi by students of Sailaja Thummulla
7:10 - 7:55pm - Mohiniattam by Resmi Narayanan
8 - 9pm - The Layers of Love - diverse nayikas, a special Bharatanatyam presentation of Padams and Javalis by the Bharathakalai Performing Troupe
- Nov 18:
6 - 6:45pm - Manipuri by Krishnakali Dasgupta
7 - 8:30pm - Natyamekhala: an evening of original new dance works by Mesma Belsare
At: Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA, 6:30-9pm

November 17 - 19, 2017 Hyderabad

Lasyakalpa Foundation presents its fourth annual event, Thrai Varnyam, a three day dance festival held held in association with Department of Language and Culture, Government of Telangana.
Nov 17, Kuchipudi: Solo by Katyayani Ganti, dance drama by Hari Ramamurthy and team.
Nov 18, Odissi: Solo by Lingraj Pradhan, thematic presentation by Aruna Mohanty
Nov 19, Kathak: Solo by Swati Sinha, group presentation by Nirupama - Rajendra
At: Ravindra Bharathi, 6pm
For more info: info@lasyakalpa.org

November 18, 2017 Bangalore
 
Rhythmotion in association with Indian Council for Cultural Relations and National Gallery of Modern Art presents the fourth edition of CHALANA - DANCE FOR A CAUSE 2017, an evening of Indian classical and Contemporary dance, in aid of the Deaf Aid Society
At: NGMA, Palace Road, Bengaluru, 4pm
Info: 98452 57113 / 98800 27082

November 18, 2017 Bangalore

International Arts & Cultural Foundation celebrating 5th Year presents SHANDILYA, classical music & dance festival.
- ‘Myriad Faces of Maddened Maiden’ performed by Mantap Prabhakar Upadhya, written & directed by Shatavadhani Dr. R. Ganesh
Vocal:  Vasudha Balakrishna, flute: Jayaram Kikkari, mardal: A.P Pathak
- Kathak solo dance feature ‘Madhuradvaitam’ choreographed & performed by Mysore B Nagaraj, written by Shatavadhani Dr. R. Ganesh
At: Sevasadan Auditorium 14th Cross, Malleshwaram, 5.30pm
Event by Shandilya Srivatsa: 9845106655 / vatsaphoto@gmail.com

November 18, 2017 Chennai

Shruthe Raammohan, daughter/disciple of Sasirekha Raammohan performs under the auspices of Natyarangam. She will be accompanied by Murali Parthasarathy on vocal, Sriram on the mridangam and Easwar on the violin.
At: Narada Gana Sabha, Mini Hall, 6 to 7.15pm
Info: sasir_r@yahoo.co.in / 94440 19024

November 18, 2017 Chennai
Urmila Sathyanarayanan performs for Indisha's SADHANA SADHITHAM, a three-day dance festival at Narada Gana Sabha, 7:30pm
Info: urmilasontour@gmail.com

November 18, 2017 Salzburg, Austria
Post Natyam is 13 years old this Fall. They come together artistically (if not physically) in Salzburg, in ‘Back to the Beautiful - Participatory and Performative Actions in Three Rooms.’ Back to the Beautiful is a dialogic collaboration with Salzburg-based choreographer Tomaž Simatović. The cellar room will contain a performance installation, which is a Post Natyam Collective collaboration spearheaded by Sandra with Cynthia, with video content created by Cynthia, Sandra, and Shyamala, and video art remixed by Meena. This project is one of the manifestations of their current long distance process, Borders Resurfacing, which is artistically investigating themes of water, borders and migration. 
At: Anton-Neumayr-Platz 2, 5020 Salzburg, 3.30pm onwards

November 18 & 19, 2017 London
Sujata Banerjee Dance Company presents HEMANTIKA FESTIVAL
- 18 Nov, 7pm: Kathak performances by senior Sujata Banerjee Dance Company students, Shamaa Dance Company, Urja Thakore's Pagrav Dance Company, the Barcelona Kathak Project and Archita Kumar among others. The evening will also feature the finals of the international leg of the of Pandit Birju Maharaj’s Kalashram Kathak competition 2017.
Venue: Patidar House, 22 London Road, Wembley HA9 7EX
-  19 Nov, 2pm-3.30pm: The annual showcase of Sujata Banerjee Dance Academy students. This year’s theme is Lord Hanuman as a symbol of strength, loyalty and friendship. There will also be a performance by the  Centre of Advanced Training (Yugavati) Birmingham.
Venue: The Drum at Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ
-19 Nov, 5pm-7pm: The grand finale of the festival - an exclusive performance by Pandit Birju Maharaj and other notable Kathak performers Saswati Sen, Fasih Ur Rehman and Sujata Banerjee. Produced specially for Hemantika, ‘The journey of Kathak’ will showcase the history of Kathak through the ages and regions with all its grace and glory.
Venue: The Drum at Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ
Info: hemantikafest@gmail.com / +44(0)7427944893

November 18 - 29, 2017 Sydney, Bowral, Canberra
Vikram Iyengar joins 20 Australian peers as one of the five Asia-Pacific participants invited to join the Arts Leaders programme offered by the Australia Council for the Arts under their Leadership programme.
Info: https://vikramiyengar.in/

November 18 – December 31, 2017 Aurangabad
Every year, Mahagami Gurukul organises AURA AURANGABAD dance concert series for the cultural development of Aurangabad city and also for the development of Aurangabad as a Tourism and Heritage destination. The 5th season of “Aura Aurangabad” will begin on 18 November 2017 and thereafter concerts will be held at MAHAGAMI every Saturday and Sunday
from 7.30pm to 8.30pm, in which various glimpses of Aurangabad Heritage will be presented through Dance Heritage. These dance concerts are of great cultural significance for the tourists and art lovers with respect to the immense information and insight about Aurangabad Heritage and cultural experience.
For more details, please contact Mahagami at 9372093189 / www.mahagami.org

November 19, 2017 Bangalore
As part of JHENKARA UTSAVA, Kalamshu's Cultural Festival, coinciding with 12th anniversary celebration of Kalamshu, events are lined up for 3 months starting in November till February. In this first event, performance by Guru Amarnath Ghosh, Bharatanatyam & Kuchipudi
At: Kalamshu Kalachavadi, #438, 3rd Main, 3rd Cross, Kalyan Nagar, 2nd Block, 1st Stage, Nagarbavi, Bangalore 560072, 5.30pm
Info: kalamshu.trust@gmail.com

November 19, 2017 Chennai

Justus Repertory presents NIGHT’S END. Set in a reserve forest in Rajasthan, India, NIGHT’S END unfolds the story of Krishnan Nair (Sheejith Krishna). Born into a family of classical Kathakali artistes and trained in the art from childhood, Krishnan runs away from his native village in Kerala, and becomes a forest guard in a tiger sanctuary. In moments of emotional intensity, the artist in him finds solace in dancing. The plot moves through Krishnan’s attempts to enlist the help of the Mogiya, nomadic tribals who were traditionally hunters, in saving the tiger, his friendship with Billu Mogiya the drummer, his romance with Chandni Mogiya (Akhila Ramnarayan), and his encounters with the poaching mafia. Night’s End is a tale of betrayal, abandonment and loss in which the actions of humans —indigenous peoples, settlers, tourists, the state, the media—powerfully affect the fragile eco-system we inhabit. Night’s End is also a love story.
Playwright and Director: Gowri Ramnarayan
Featuring: Sheejith Krishna & Akhila Ramnarayan
Lighting Design: Krishnan Venkatesh, Sound: Rakesh Pazhedam
Venue: Rasika Ranjani Sabha, Mylapore, 6:30pm. All are welcome.
For more details: justus.repertory@gmail.com

November 19, 2017 Mysore
  
Articulate Festival coordinated by Mysore B Nagaraj, is conducted on 3rd Sunday of every month. In its 18th series, Pavithra Manjunath & Gayathri Maiya, Shalini Paramesh & Malini Paramesh will perform Bharatanatyam in duet format while in Kathak, Ruma Shil and Seema Viswanath will perform solo.
At: the Premier Convention Hall, Premier Studios, Jayalakshmipuram, Mysore 570012, 6pm.
All are welcome.
Info: 9341288391 / articulatefestival@gmail.com

November 19, 2017 Mississauga, ON
Sampradaya Dance Creations presents another installment of its Horizon Series - EMERGING ARTIST PERFORMANCE SERIES, featuring classical dancers - Naren Ganesan (Sanskriti Temple of Fine Arts,  Edmonton) and Taniya and Puneet Panda (Georgia, USA).
Venue: Sampradaya Theatre, Mississauga, ON, 4pm
Tickets: $15 adults, $10, students, seniors, arts workers
sampradaya.ca

November 21, 2017 New Delhi
After doing the street performances both in India and Norway in 2016, Sudesh Adhana presents the stage version of his work UNTAMED DONKEYS. This work is a reaction to the recent crimes against women in India. Thought this is a global phenomenon the work investigates into the gang rapes that have become frequent from past few years in India as its case study. One must think this is the outcome of suppressed  mindset, and solution is never going to be achieved by punishment. Funded and supported by the Norway Arts Council and Oppland Culture.
Concept & Choreography: Sudesh Adhana
Performers: Sumesh Vazhukkal Mayilswamy, Rahul Chhetri, Lalit Khatana, Vijay Rawat, Deepak Kurki Shivaswamy, Sudesh Adhana, Miraz
Light designer: Niranjan Gokhale
At: Kamani Auditorium, 7pm

November 22, 2017 Kuala Lumpur

Dr. Sunil Kothari will speak on one of world’s most enigmatic male dancers - the legendary Ram Gopal (of Burmese mother) with new controversial archival materials at NSCBA, India Cultural Centre, 7.30pm 
Info: ramlii@hotmail.com

November 22, 2017 New Delhi
Navtej Johar gives a talk on "Between prefix and suffix: questioning the moral code in Indian Aesthetics" where he tries to challenge the predominantly linear and moral convention of the bhava-rasa theory by viewing it within the more abstract realms of Linguistics and Poetics. He will also touch upon the sphota theory of Bhartrihari and the pratibhijna of Abhinavagupta.
At: IIC, (Seminar rooms 2 & 3), 6.30pm
Info: info@abhyastrust.org

November 23 - 25, 2017 Bahrain
  
Deepa Narayanan & Kuchipudi Parampara Foundation Ensemble present solo/group Kuchipudi Performance for 70th Independence Day celebrations, organised by Ministry of Culture, Indian Embassy Baharain.
Contact: kpf.bangalore@gmail.com /+919845315272
For more info: www.kuchipudiparamparafoundation.com

November 25 & 26, 2017 Bangalore

Creative Movement Therapy Association of India (CMTAI) with (Psychology Dept) Christ University announces its 4th Annual International Conference: ‘Multi-faceted Movement Approaches: Enhancing the Mind-Body Nexus’ - 25th/26th November, Christ University, Bengaluru.
Sessions @ the Conference – Blending Practice with Theory:
-‘Introduction to Dance / Movement Therapy’: Reetu Jain (Therapeutic Movement Practitioner, Co-Founder, CMTAI), USA / New Delhi
-‘What’s in a role: Stories & Drama Therapy’: Anshuma Kshetrapal (Drama & Movement Therapist, Director, Color of Grey Cells), UK / Delhi / Bengaluru
-‘Mindfulness & Therapeutic Presence for Practitioners’: Anubha Doshi (Arts-based Therapist, Counsellor, Director, Artsphere), Pune 
-‘The Puzzle of Progress in Expressive Arts Therapies’: Avantika Malhautra (Expressive Arts Therapist / Psychologist, Director, Soul Canvas), Pune
-‘Active Imagination Using Movement’: Brinda Jacob Janvrin (Expressive Arts Therapist / Counsellor, Director, SMART), Bengaluru
-‘Art Psychotherapy & Family Constellation Work’: Charitra Ballal (Psychotherapist / Visual Art Therapy Practitioner), UK / Bengaluru
-‘Gesture & Dance in Storytelling Therapy’: Dr.Eric Miller (Storytelling Therapist, Director,  World  Story Telling Institute), USA / Chennai
-‘Embodiment in Shadow Theatre’: Evan Hanstings (Drama Therapist, Director, Shadow Liberation), (USA / Bengaluru)
-‘Dance Movement Therapy & Psycho-social Support in Communities’ Katia Verreault (Dance Therapist, Director, A Moving World Foundation), The Netherlands / Nepal
 -‘Henna & Healing in Art Therapy’: Krupa Jhaveri (Visual Art Therapist, Director, Sankalpa), USA / Auroville
-‘Relevance of Posture & Movement in Psychodrama’: Magdalene Jeyarathnam (Psychodrama Therapist & Counsellor, Director, East-West Counselling Centre), Chennai
-‘Letting the Body Lead Therapeutic Work’: Maitri Gopalakrishna (Drama Therapist & Counselling Psychologist), Bengaluru
-‘Engaging with the Shadow through Drama, Movement & Metaphor’: Mike Clarke (Drama & Movement Therapist), UK
-‘The importance of Skill sharing in Music Therapy’: Nina Cherla (Music Therapist, Regional Director, The Music Therapy Trust), UK / New Delhi
-‘Relationship between Drama & Empathy’: Parusuram Ramamoorthy (Drama Therapy Practitioner, Director, VELVI). Madurai
-‘Role of the Embodied Therapist in Movement Psychotherapy’: Preetha Ramasubramanian  (Dance Movement Psychotherapist, Director, KINESTHETICS), UK / Chennai
-‘Dance Movement Therapy for Families of Children with Autism’: Ritu Shree (Dance Movement Therapist / Psychologist, Children First), USA / New Delhi
-‘Kestenberg Movement Profile: Exploration of Tension Flow Rhythms’: Tarana Khatri (Dance Movement Psychotherapist, Co-Founder, Synchrony), UK / Chennai,
- ‘Therapeutic Dance in Education’: Tripura Kashyap (Movement Therapist/Dance Educator, Co-founder, CMTAI) USA / Bengaluru
- ‘Drama Therapy: The Hero’s Journey’: Vanitha Chandrasegaram (Drama Therapist), UK / Malaysia
Alongside mentioned sessions are a Panel Discussion, Film Screenings, Informal Discussion groups on Movement Therapy and Movement Jam! Program is subject to change.
For info, please contact Janavi @ 088848-69163 or janavi@cmtai.org  (www.cmtai.org)

November 26 - December 2, 2017 Kolwan, Pune

WINTER ARTS INTENSIVE (DANCE), Theme: FACETS OF ABHINAYA
Theoretical & practical dimensions of communicative & expressive process of performance-art
Designed & Conducted by: Ramaa Bharadvaj
This is a 7-day Bharatanatyam residential learning-lab that envisions dance-making via multiple lenses. Course details:
• Yoga & Cross training - Shatkarma practices - Meditation - Sadhana techniques;
• Enriched movement basics via Sthanaka & Chari from Natyashastra (theory & practical) - Abhinaya-Lab (characterization methods & exercises) - Eleven limbs of Theater Arts & their practical application
• Choreo-Lab (students learn two original choreographed dances) - Showcase performance
Venue: Chinmaya Naada Bindu Gurukula campus, Kolwan, Pune
Eligibility: 5+ years of dance training - Fluency in English
Workshop fee: INR 8000/US $ 230 (Includes triple sharing accommodation & meals)
e-mail: admissionscnbg@cvv.ac.in
Phone: 91-77208-29000/91-96898-89153

November 27 - December 2, 2017 London

Soho Theatre, London, has invited Justus Repertory to present NIGHT’S END for a week's run.
Set in a reserve forest in Rajasthan, India, NIGHT’S END unfolds the story of Krishnan Nair (Sheejith Krishna). Born into a family of classical Kathakali artistes and trained in the art from childhood, Krishnan runs away from his native village in Kerala, and becomes a forest guard in a tiger sanctuary. In moments of emotional intensity, the artist in him finds solace in dancing. The plot moves through Krishnan’s attempts to enlist the help of the Mogiya, nomadic tribals who were traditionally hunters, in saving the tiger, his friendship with Billu Mogiya the drummer, his romance with Chandni Mogiya (Akhila Ramnarayan), and his encounters with the poaching mafia. Night’s End is a tale of betrayal, abandonment and loss in which the actions of humans —indigenous peoples, settlers, tourists, the state, the media—powerfully affect the fragile eco-system we inhabit. Night’s End is also a love story.
Playwright and Director: Gowri Ramnarayan
Featuring: Sheejith Krishna & Akhila Ramnarayan
Lighting Design: Krishnan Venkatesh, Sound: Rakesh Pazhedam
Venue: Soho Theatre, 7pm
Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1834035736625600/
Contact: justus.repertory@gmail.com

November 30, 2017 Bangalore

Bansi Bilas presents PRATIBIMBA - A Reflection. Guru Deba Prasad Das style of Odissi is known for its pristine qualities and immaculate compositions. His fascination for exploring and deriving inspiration from the tribal and folk dance movements gave Deba Prasad's style a special vigour and verve which became the hallmark of his style. Bansi Bilas brings together three followers of this style, Sangeeta Dash, Leena Mohanty and Debasish Pattnaik to present some rare compositions of the Guru and his disciples.
At: Sevasadan, Malleswaram, Bangalore at 6.30pm. All are welcome.
Info: +91-9632960144 / leena_odissi@yahoo.com

Nov 30 & Dec 1, 2017 Varanasi
Melattur Bhagavata Mela by Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Jayanti Bhagavata Mela Natya Nataka Sangam led by S Natarajan.
- Nov 30: MAHARAJA  HARISCHANDRA-Part 1
- Dec 1: MAHARAJA  HARISCHANDRA-Part 2
At: Shivala Ghat, Varanasi, 4pm
Info: 94431 2700 / melattur.bhagavatamela@gmail.com