Running time: 2 hours, with one intermission
Raised as a man and a warrior, Princess Chitrangada finds herself at an impasse when she falls in love with Arjuna, the greatest warrior in the land. How does one woo a man? Does one appear as oneself or as a coy damsel in distress?
Chitrangada, The Warrior Princess, is an Indian dance ballet in English that explores and shatters the accepted rules of love, attraction, femininity, and illusion. Written in 1892 by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Chitrangada remains extremely relevant in present times as we probe gender stereotypes and the meaning of love. Brought to you by Pratidhwani, a South Asian non-profit for the arts in Seattle, Chitrangada features eleven classical and contemporary Indian dance forms, original music recorded by Pratidhwani, and a cast of 40.
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Pictured: Anitha Kubendran, photo by Jerry Peter
Pratidhwani is a non-profit cultural organization based in the Seattle area. We are, at our core, a group of professionals of South Asian heritage, who are extremely enthusiastic and passionate about the artistic traditions of our homeland.
The main objective of the organization is the promotion and cultivation of the performing arts of the Indian subcontinent. Pratidhwani recognizes that the performing arts of South Asia encompass a vast and varied number of styles, genres and traditions.
To better organize our efforts, Pratidhwani functions as a collection of artistic wings, each with independent missions, but with cross-wing interaction and cooperation. The present wings of the organization are Light music, Classical music, Dance and Drama.
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