Nritarutya makes its debut in Delhi with Prayog 3 – a multi-media production of Indian contemporary dance using themes from mythology and modern times
New Delhi: Performing for the first time in Delhi, Nritarutya, a Bangalore-based premier dance group, presents Prayog 3, an exciting multimedia production of Indian contemporary dance that encompasses the group’s latest experiments with contrast, balance and force, at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi on April 16, 2011 at p.m. Entry is free.
Prayog 3 is an exciting multimedia production, progressive and innovative in its content, comprising of four unique pieces choreographed by Mayuri Upadhya (Kali/ Ardha Nareshwar), Madhuri Upadhya (Chittara) and Sathya B G (Mars). Prayog, as a production, showcases movement and thought that are currently being explored on the outer fringes of the Bangalore dance scene. Using classical dance like Bharatanatyam, martial arts, yoga and folk dance, Prayog 3 acquires a unique flavour of its own.