A unique show is coming to Austin this next week. “Strings of Time” tells the birth of our Universe through dance. With Aerialist, Flamenco, Contemporary, Tai Chi and three types of Indian dance styles (Kathak, Bharatanatyam and Kalari) and a soundtrack of stringed instruments, science and mystic philosophy come together in a family-friendly artistic vision. These various forms of dance and music merge to create the symphony of the universe featuring choreography by Geeti Shirazi Mahajan–Ravaan Persian Dance Company, Divya Dinakar–Agni, the Dance Company, Genevieve Guinn–Pink Flamenco, Preya Mangalat Patel–Devi School of Dance, Varsha Bankapure-Jawadekar and NrityaVarsha–NrityaVarsha Dance Academy, Annelize Machado–Maraa Dance Theater, and Tanya McCown–Four Elements Aerial & Creative Movement.
It looks really interesting to me and I am excited to take my kids. If you’d like to join me, see ticket information below.
WHO: Agni Entertainment—who brought Austin the “Om Shanti” musical and Bollywood Day
WHAT: “Strings of Time”—a dance-focused journey 13 billion years through space and time
WHEN: Oct. 22, 7:00 pm; Oct. 23, 7:00 pm; Oct. 24, 3pm and 7pm; Oct. 25, 3pm
WHERE: The Long Center for the Performing Arts Rollins Studio, 701 Riverside Dr., Austin, TX 78704
TICKETS: www.thelongcenter.org/event/the-strings-of-time/ | student discounts available