Sheetal Gandhi's Bahu-Beti-Biwi: Solo Dance Theater
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Liss Fain Dance, San Francisco's own acclaimed contemporary company, premieres the latest in its signature series of performance installations, The Imperfect Is Our Paradise, inspired by William Faulkner's stream-of-consciousness novel The Sound and the Fury. Fain's innovative productions provide a new kind of interactive arts experience, as the audience can choose to either stay seated or move around and check out the set, sound environment and dancers from a variety of different viewpoints. This new work by Fain and composer Dan Wool delves into the evolution of relationships through solo, duo and group dances, while incorporating text from Faulkner's book as part of the rhythmic landscape. Learn More
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Bahu-Beti-Biwi is approximately 50 minutes long. *
About the Artist*
Sheetal Gandhi is an intercultural, multi-disciplinary director/choreographer and performer. Her career has spanned genres and disciplines from her work as a creator and performer in Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion, to playing a leading role in the Broadway production of Bombay Dreams. Using a hybrid movement vocabulary influenced by Kathak, Modern and West African dance, as well as complex rhythmic structures, theatricality and singing, she crafts a virtuosic and evocative physical/vocal vocabulary. In exploring traditional forms of dance and music through decidedly postmodern compositional structures - all to comment on the social world in which we live - Gandhi’s work references the past, grounds itself in the present, but comments on the possibilities of the future.