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Black Box Baithak with Aparna Shankar:
Livestream with Navatman Dance: Krishna and the Lost Boys
Date: March 27
Time: 7 - 8 PM EST
Watch the Navatman Dance Company present the tales of mischievous Krishna for their first black box performance of the year. A mix of dialogue, storytelling, dance, and vocals, the show is perfect for families with young kids - a great way to introduce your children to classical dance and music on stage!
“...watching five of them (one man, four women, one with fair hair dance Bharatanatyam with marvelous verve was to reflect further on the sociology of the Indian diaspora. The way the four women moved together in lively, often funny, harmony was a perfect image for the season.”
- Alastair Macaulay, NY Times
About Navatman Dance:
Navatman Dance Company has a 10 year history in New York City. With over 40 choreographies under its belt, it continues to explore bharatanatyam with an artistic range that goes from traditional items and pieces to new compositional spaces.
Navatman On Demand
Missed Student Showcase or want to send the recording to family and friends? Rent now on Navatman on Demand and enjoy exclusive recordings of previous student showcases, Drive East concerts, Navatman Dance and Music Collective performances as well!
An ongoing project by Rasika Kumar of Abhinaya Dance Company, Nadhi Thekkek of Nava Dance Theatre, and Sahasra Sambamoorthi of Navatman Dance, this survey is to pinpoint funding sources for Indian classical musicians and dancers.