Her own style of nattuvangam
- Alarmel Valli
Indra Rajan, who passed away recently, was known for her admirable sense of laya.
Bijayini Satpathy animates Met Museum galleries with her dance
- Karen Greenspan
When Odissi dancer Bijayini Satpathy was selected as the MetLiveArts
Artist in Residence for 2021-22, she contemplated how to use the
much-coveted opportunity ─ a year-long association with the Metropolitan
Museum of Art and its superlative architecture and collections.
Devi Diaries 2 grows from strength to strength
- Shveta Arora
Anita R. Ratnam had first produced ‘Devi Diaries’ on Narthaki Official in 2020, and produced the second season in 2021.
The power of visualization
- Rupa Srikanth
Bragha Bessell and Navia Natarajan showed how a piece can be interpreted effectively through abhinaya.
Choreographed to create change
- Dyuti Roy
Husnain has been in a wheelchair since childhood. Speaking of how
demotivated he felt at one point, he mentions he felt like he did not
To guru, with love
- Rajeswari Sainath
A strict taskmaster, Indra Rajan gave her all to teaching.
Kathakali’s Persia connect
- V. Kaladharan
‘Sohrab and Rustum’ first staged in the 1970s, was performed recently at ‘Kesaveeyam.’
- Gayathri Iyer
As Singapore-based Apsaras Arts stages its solo thematic work ‘Parama
Padam’ in Chennai, we trace the close connection between Indian dance
and Southeast Asia.
Breathing, Dancing Art at the Met Museum
- Brian Seibert
Bijayini Satpathy, a MetLiveArts artist in residence, pushed the borders of her Odissi classicism to meet the art around her.
- V.V. Ramani
Sheejith Krishna and Sahrdaya Repertory’s ‘Dhwani’ stood out more for its visual appeal.
Layers of life
- B. Ramadevi
‘Pratibodhana’ by Rama Vaidyanathan and her group of dancers, explored realism and romance.