In Plain Sanskrit
‘This dance show was outstanding; it was poetic, sincere and visually extraordinary. The audience sat completely captivated throughout the hour and twenty minutes of the two dancers’ bewitching performance. Footscray Community Arts Centre yet again displays itself to be a mainstay for upcoming contemporary Australian artists. READ MORE‘ – Arts Hub, Monday 20 July 2015
A 3,000 year old Indian tradition is performed on stage in 21st century Australia. Raina Peterson and Govind Pillai, children of the vast Indian diaspora, poke at the edges of tradition and kick up the ashes of history.
Trained in the classical Indian dance forms of Mohiniyattam and Bharatanatyam, Raina and Govind ask: “What really is tradition?” and break it down for you – in plain Sanskrit.
Friday 17 July, 7pm (Opening Night)
Saturday 18 July, 7pm
Sunday 19 July, 3pm, with Q&A after the show 4-5pm
VENUE FCAC Performance Space
COST $25 Full / $15 Concession / $15 for groups of 8+
Presented by Footscray Community Arts Centre in partnership with Karma Dance Inc.
This project is supported through the Maribyrnong City Council Community Grant Program.