After a well received performance at KidWallah, part of the ArtWallah Festival, the Dancing Storytellers are rehearsing to present a newly improved excerpt of our show, “The ‘Summ’ of All Things” at the Segerstrom Center in September!
Kidwallah 2018, photos by Adnan Hussain
COME JOIN US!
Sept 15, 2018
Beckmen Arts and Science family Festival
Julianne and George Argyros Plaza,
Segerstrom Center for the Performing Arts, Costa Mesa
Free – No Tickets Required
The entire event is 10:30am-2:30pm
Check details and the other great line-up of performers here: https://www.scfta.org/events/2018/beckman-arts-and-science
If you missed it at Kidwallah, here’s your chance! If you saw, it spread the news and bring friends!
The “Summ” of All Things, illuminates cycles in nature through imaginative South Asian dance, music, and stories. Audiences will delight in a Bhangra dance, which celebrates the harvest and contemporary Indian dance will unveil the trans-formative life of a butterfly.
Written and directed by Shyamala Moorty
Choreographed and performed by Shyamala Moorty and Ulka Simone Mohanty
Composed by Neelamjit Dhillon
Backdrop art by Khushboo Gulati
Set and Costume design: Ulka Simone Mohanty and Shyamala Moorty
Science consultation by Meredith Casalino
Special thanks to Dawn Dyson, Rosina Didyk, and Kashyap Trivedi
Created with support from Segerstrom Center for the Arts’ STEAM Integration Lab.
KidWallah Audience members hanging out and dancing after the show, photos by Adnan Hussain
*Don’t forget, you can book The “Summ” of All Things into your kids’ schools, theaters, and libraries through the Segerstrom Center for the Performing Arts: http://www.SCFTA.org/artsteach
call 714-942-6201, or email artsteach@SCFTA.org
And our signature show Indian Mythology and Me is available both through the Segerstrom Center (info above) and the LA Music Center: