Krishna – a spectacular dance drama on November 2 in Sydney and November 4 in Melbourne!

“This dance portrays Krishna, the man and his philosophies, in a way that has never been done before”,

– Padmashri Shobana

A real entertainer not to be missed !!!

Celebrated actress and danseuse Padmashri Shobana presents ‘Krishna’ – a two and half hour dance musical with classical, folk, contemporary dances based on the chronicles of the Hindu deity Krishna. Sound engineering for this production is by the Oscar award winning Resul Pookkutty (Slumdog Millionaire) and it has voice-overs in English by several famous film personalities including Surya, Konkona Sen as Radha, Shabana Azmi  as Gandhari, Nandita Das as Draupadi, Prabhu as Bheeman, Radhika as Devaki whilst Milind Soman as Duryodhan.

Krishna is a dialogue drama where classical, folk and film dance has been put together for the production. It’s an initiative to spread the preaching of Lord Krishna. This musical will showcase Krishna, his philosophy and why he is still beyond all our understanding. ‘Krishna‘ will also touch upon some of the lesser known stories from the Mahabharata.

Two and half hours choreographed entertainment with dance (fusion of classical, folk and contemporary), music (classical as well as popular film scores), video projections, dialogues in English, glittery costumes, light effects etc based on the stories of Krishna will be performed by the danseuse Padmashri Shobana and her group of 15 dancers.

This evening of spectacular works of ace Choreographer and Actor Shobana is not to be missed. Crafted for lovers of the avant-garde, innovative with classical and bollywood dancing – all on a canvas from Vrindavan, Mathura to Kurukshetra, Krishna comes to Sydney for a special single performance.

Choreography & Direction: Shobana

Voices:

Surya, Konkona Sen, Shabana Azmi, Nandita Das, Prabhu & Radhika

Sound Design: Resul Pookutty

Art Design: Rajeevan

 

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