Apsaras Arts presented a brand new dance production - Aadum Arul Jothi featuring Mohanapriyan Thavarajah with Saranya Vijayan. Aadum Arul Jothi is a journey exploring the divine dances of the Hindu deities. Aadum Arul Jothi was performed in Chennai, Vellore and Trichy as part of an Indian tour in January 2014. See more for review on this production
The making of Angkor shares insights on the concept, music, choreography, costume design, set design and many other details that has shaped this dance theatre production. Listen to the creative team behind this unqie dance theatre production as they share their journey and experience. Click the link below to watch this vedio on the making of Angkor..
Known for their beauty, Raja Ravi Varma's painted heroines were personifications of passion whose lives were filled with romance, love and tragedy. Their stories came to life from their easels to speak through dance. Apsaras Arts performed this production on 14th and 15th Feb 2014 at the Adelaide Festival Fringe, Australia.
DANCE INDIA Asia Pacific is returning for a third season in June 2014, after its hugely successful maiden launch in Singapore in2012 and a fantastic second season in 2013! Read more on DANCE INDIA Asia Pacific 2014
Daughters of Angkor - Asian Women in Divine Context. Since 2005, Kent Davis has worked as an independent researcher with Devata.org documenting the 1,796 devata (goddess) images at Angkor Wat to determine the nature and role of these women who appear in divine context. Kent Davis writes about the Devatas of Angkor.