Ghungroo - Variety Show By The Harvard South Asian Association
Aditi Ashok Prabhu
Ghungroo is a celebration of the diversity and intricate beauty of South Asian culture. The show is produced by the Harvard South Asian Association each year, and performed in the historic Agassiz Theater in Radcliffe Yard.The shows are on the following dates - February 27, 28 at 8 PM, on March 1 there are two shows, at 2 PM
and 7.30 PM.
Ghungroo has a cast of over 150 dancers, musicians, and actors. A wide range of dances including hindi film, modern, bengali, south indian, raas, and many others, along with numerous musical acts, a skit, and spoken word recitation will be presented. All of the dances are student choreographed, and while some of our dancers bring much experience to the show, others are novices who are gaining their first exposure to the beauty and beat of South Asia under the auspices of the show. In addition, there are many non South Asians in the community who are participating, with whom we were glad to be able to share our culture.
This year's show is produced by Aditi Prabhu and Nisha Nagarkatti, and directed by Padmaja Reddy and Neil Nabar.
Tickets are available at the Harvard Box Office at Holyoke Center (496-2222).
For more information, please contact Aditi Prabhu (email@example.com) or Nisha Nagarkat at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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