Katha Dance Theatre is pleased to announce the work-in-progress premiere of an exciting new performance concept two years in the making!
Ganga to Mississippi – A Confluence of Waters is an original dance work that juxtaposes the roles of the Ganges and Mississippi rivers in their respective environments. Spanning continents and cultural traditions, Ganga uses Kathak dance and spoken word elements to highlight the important role that rivers play in our ecosystems, emphasizing the impact of river pollution on climate change and advocating for universal access to clean, drinkable water.
Filmed on the banks of the Ganges and Mississippi rivers, Ganga features original Kathak choreography by KDT Artistic Director Rita Mustaphi, who will perform solo in this in-progress look. As portrayed through Kathak’s elegant lyricism, Ganga is a moving and powerful ode to these majestic rivers and an urgent call for their eternal preservation. Look for a full production in August!
The work-in-progress performance will stream free of charge from June 25 through June 27 on Vimeo. Watch here starting at 7:00pm CT this Friday: https://vimeo.com/564748949