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MASTERS OF KATHAKALI
a Dance Drama
CATEGORY : DRAMA MUSICAL


COMPANY : ANAMICA [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Gwinnett Civic & Cultural Center [WEBSITE]
ID# 1145

SHOWING : March 26, 2005 - March 26, 2005

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Kathakali is one of the seven classical dance forms of India. This is the most ancient but extant forms of theater dance forms. Kathakali combines facets of the ballet, opera, masque, and pantomime.Kathakali explicates events and stories from the Indian mythology.The richness of this magnificient mixture of color, expression, music, drama and dance is unparalleled in any other art form.

The troupe consists of 10 artistes. Each of them is a living legend.We individually selected each of these artistes from the premium institutions of Kathakali in India namely Kalamandalam, Kottakal, Margi and Sadanam. As the group comprises amongst the best of Kathakali talents, this will be a unique opportunity to see the best, and such a nostalgic group perhaps will never tour again.
Please find more details at http://www.anamica.org/kathakali.html
This troupe is touring 25 cities in USA from March - May.


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