First published in The Hindu, August 1, 2016 Cover photo by Nirvair Singh, courtesy Aditi Mangaldas Age, fragility and transience: the Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company is premiering its new work […]
First published in The Hindu, November 10, 2016 Sanjukta Sinha dwells on belonging and relationships in Kin , her new contemporary Kathak production RANJANA DAVE “My name represents togetherness. Through […]
Translated into German by Marc Staudacher and first published by Tanz, Berlin, February 2016. (Cover image: Vikram Iyengar in Across, Not Over, sourced from the ImpulsTanz Facebook event page) Read […]
First published by Catch, June 2015. There are greater challenges in life and choreography than keeping one’s foot pointed through the course of a dance. In South Asia, as elsewhere, there is […]
(Time Out Mumbai, January 2014. Photo courtesy Sajal Ghosh.) Time Out gets to the bottom of performance company Ranan’s latest production that’s inspired by Beethoven and a Vikram Seth novel. […]
A preview of the NCPA Nakshatra Dance Festival, which highlighted group performances in 2013. Originally published in NCPA’s On Stage Magazine, October 2013.
In the past seven decades, Kathak has changed, and Kumudini Lakhia has played an important role in its evolution. A profile of Lakhia, written when her company, Kadamb, was in […]