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A LONELY FURROW (Ekaantha Seetha)

a Dance Drama
CATEGORY :
by ANAMICA

COMPANY : ANAMICA [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Gwinnett Civic & Cultural Center [WEBSITE]
ID# 1764

SHOWING : October 21, 2006 - October 21, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Ekaantha Seetha…A Lonely Furrow is a celebration of women of extraordinary courage and character, of gumption and grace. The underlying theme says it all: “We reap the harvests of the loosened fields of lonely furrows ploughed by such women”. It is a celebration of women who have demonstrated the courage to be independent thinkers, to face and overcome obstacles and challenges - women of strength- physical, of mind, intellect and will. The dance drama covers the story of three women in various significant times of India's existence who ploughed a lonely furrow - cleared their own way, alone, against adversity and eventually makes positive changes in society: Sita of Hindu theology, Rani Lakshmi Bai of Indian Freedom movement, Aparajitha of today's India.

This Bharatanatyam (2000 year old Indian dance style) dance drama consists of 16 acclaimed dancers from eminent schools in Chennai, India led by V.P. & Shanta Dhananjayan. The languages used in the production will be Hindi, national language of India and English.


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