She's Auspicious

Performed at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

Performed by Mythili Prakash
Co-presented with the Nitya Nritya Festival
Mythili Prakash belongs to a new generation of classical Indian dancers. She is one of the most celebrated and respected young Bharatanatyam dancers and choreographers today. Accompanied by live music, She's Auspicious blurs the line between Goddess and Woman to examine the irony in Indian culture between the worship of the Goddess as a symbol of femininity and auspiciousness, and the treatment of women in society.

She's Auspicious is on Day 2 of the Nitya Nritya Festival. The festival programming begins at 1:30PM. She's Auspicious takes places at 5:00PM
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She's Auspicious

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The presentation of She’s Auspicious was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Foundation and the Mellon Foundation.


One-Day Pass: $40 (children 12 & under / student: $24)
Festival Pass: $50 (children 12 & under / student: $30)

She's Auspicious is included in the Golden Ticket package. Due to it's ticketing structure, it not included in the 3-pack subscriptions.

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Photo by Josh Rose