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Support Raadha Kalpa's New Artistic Production
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    Priyanka Chandrasekhar
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Raadha Kalpa Dance Company

    from Bangalore, Karnataka

"The Dark Lord" is Raadha Kalpa's new production. Art and culture are the pillars of society. When a society leaves behind a legacy, it often is the impact that we make through the creation of art. As a young company that is trying to push boundaries, we require all the support we can have to be able to cover minimum costs of production.

For stage, light, music, costumes and the auditorium, we need to raise a minimum of Rs 12,00,000/- to get the production on stage. Dancers have already been rehearsing for several weeks and we hope that you are able to support us in this endeavour.  

We will be having a show specially for donors, in July before our premier. 
Any donation will help us at this point and we are grateful for anything that you can offer.

We are a team of about 20 artists and we will be sending you special VIP passes for the donor show based on the support offered.
(Rs 2500/- and above will receive donor passes)
Please leave your e-mail address when you make a donation.

DO contact us if you have any questions:

About "The Dark Lord"
Script, Choreography, Direction: Rukmini Vijayakumar
Music: Dr Rajkumar Bharathi
Light: Pritham Kumar
Set Design: 
Sound: Sai Shravanam Studio

Sneha Devanandan
Matangi N Prasan
Priyanka Chandrashekar
Sandhya Muralidharan
Nitya Narasimhan
Padmashree KS
Sushmita Suresh
Madhumanti Banerjee
Nenita Praveen
Reanna Ranjan

"The Dark Lord", is a dance theater experience that will take the viewers on a journey through the images of the many seekers of lord 'Krishna’ .  Following the life and voice of Meera 'the poetess of love', the story attempts to parallel the struggles, madness, lament and ultimately surrender of these seekers.  The performance is unique in that it is an experience. The barrier of space between the performer and viewer is broken.

Drawing from the Classical Indian dance vocabulary of Bharatanatyam, the experience pushes the boundaries of performance and theater creating a visual impact that doesn't contain itself to the currently prescribed norms of presentation. The performance pushes and attempts to break the barriers of space between performer and audience. Contemporary idioms of social interaction and expression are reflected in the stories.

The viewer who is often far removed spatially and contextually from the characters present in these stories becomes an experiencer in "The Dark Lord". 

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