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Chicago: High School Edition

Iconotheatrix - Chicago

In roaring twenties Chicago, Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband, Amos, to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess," Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the "American Dream": fame, fortune, and acquittal.Read more

Natya Lahari

Samskriti - Natya Lahari

Ashrita Keshav-Pritam (India) and Dr. Pranamya Suri (USA), two beautiful and talented stars on the Kuchipudi firmament, will showcase some of the best dances in the repertoire of Kuchipudi, from South India, one of the most vibrant and exciting dance forms in the world. Kuchipudi, once the prerogative of men, but now mostly performed by women, is dramatic, vivacious, fast-paced yet graceful, lively, up-beat, and thoroughly enjoyable. The dances include one which requires the execution of fast rhythmic sequences while balancing on the rim of a brass plate. Exciting indeed! Read more

Mind The Gap

Dance Source Houston - Mind The Gap XI

Dance Source Houston

Mind The Gap

An evening of dance works by local choreographers

Dance Source Houston's first Mind The Gap of the 2019-2020 season features a program of works by Nicola Bennett, Abby Flowers, Saliya Ilankoon, Allen LaPoint, Jennifer Salter and Katie Trevino. The evening will feature a diverse showcase of aerial, contemporary, Kandyan and modern dance works. Mind The Gap offers choreographers working in all dance genres a platform to share their work with audiences while receiving production and marketing support from Dance Source Houston. Read more

YUVA 2019

Silambam - YUVA 2019

The Silambam Houston Dance Company

YUVA 2019

Collaborative conversations in classical Indian arts

Collaborative conversations through classical Indian arts, created by twelve brilliant young artists from across the United States, form the core of YUVA 2019. Through Indian classical dance and music, the artists of the YUVA 2019 cohort explore varied themes and global influences, including mental health, the power of communication, an exploration of American musical theater, geographical landscapes described in classical Indian literature, storytelling through abstract movement, and an experimental fusion of western and Indian classical musical traditions.Read more

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