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On the same program, Encuentros, choreographed by Silvita Diaz-Brown, integrates dance, sound, text and acrobatics to explore personal encounters and the journey a couple takes, along with gender equality within the patriarchy.
Bindis and Bruises & Encuentros tickets will be coming soon!
March 4, 5, 11, 12, 18* & 19,* 2016 - 8 p.m.
$15 / Advance
$20 / Door
$10 / College Students & Seniors (with valid ID)
FREE to Middle & High School Students
*Bindis and Bruises will only be presented on March 18 and 19. 50% will go to local organization providing support to women.
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Bindis & Bruises, is conceived and choreographed by Ensemble Member, Priya Narayan, and directed by Ellyzabeth Adler. Incorporating classical Indian dances (Bharatanatyam and Kathak) and religious Hindu storytelling with elements of modern dance and texts, Bindis and Bruises brings awareness to issues of domestic violence to offer solutions for change and hope. After each performance, a post-show talk back will take place. At a “Take Back the Night” event in April 2015, Narayan said, “It’s something our community never talks about”: http://kwqc.com/2015/04/23/qca-community-comes-together-to-take-back-the-night-fight-violence/
Bindis and Bruises available for touring and workshops!
Email email@example.com or call 773.486.8261 to organize a workshop!