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Sidney Harman Hall
610 F Street NW Washington, DC 20004
202-547-1122
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Metered parking is available 2 blocks from the theater around the triangle by Indiana and E Street. Spots are usually available if you arrive in the area around 6:00.
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Daikaya Isakaya is a block and a half from the theater, takes reservations, and wasn't terribly crowded. They also have happy hour specials that are available at tables, as well as the bar.
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http://www.dakshina.org/

Description

*Sept. 20, 8:00pm — Madhavi Mudgal Dance Company 

  • Madhavi Mudgal epitomizes the elegance and sophistication that are the result of blending modern sensibilities with the ancient ethos of eastern India to create the highly lyrical dance art of Odissi. 

Sept. 21, 8:00pm — Sadanam Balakrishnan & Leela Samson

Sadanam Balakrishnan and Leela Samson present Urvashi, their collaborative work drawing on Kathakali and Bharata Natyam. Drawing on the myth of the nymph Urvashi, this piece depicts a scene of Urvashi bidding farewell to Pururava on the eve of her re-entering her heavenly abode.

Sept. 22, 4:00pm — Astad Deboo

Dakshina is excited to present Astad Deboo in Washington DC in a stunning evening of Solo work. Known for his masterful blend of folk, traditional, and contemporary movement styles with theater, Astad Deboo performs an evening of solo works that span the range of human emotions.

*Sept. 27, 8:00pm — Sheejith Krishna & Dancers 

  • Pravãha is an original dance-theatre production conceived and choreographed by Sheejith Krishna. Inspired by the rich lyricism of classical poetry on the iconic river Ganga, Kalidasa’s Meghadutam (cloud messenger), and other traditional and modern stories on the many forms of water, the work uses the historic physical, spiritual and cultural significance of water as a lens to explore the complex relationships between human beings and nature. 

Sept. 28, 8:00pm — *Shanta & VP Dhananjayan

*Shanta and VP Dhananjayan are pioneers in the dance world and have created their own distinct style of Bharata Natyam rooted in tradition known for its range and depth. They have performed together for over 50 years and trained hundreds of other artistes through their dance academy “Bharata Kalanjali” in Chennai.

About the Ticket Supplier: Shakespeare Theatre Company

Recipient of the 2012 Regional Theatre Tony Award, DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company has dedicated itself to becoming the nation’s premier classic theatre. By focusing on works with profound themes, complex characters and heightened language written by Shakespeare, his contemporaries and those playwrights he influenced, the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s artistic mission is unique among regional theatres: to bring to vibrant life groundbreaking, thought-provoking and eminently accessible classic theatre in a uniquely American style.