Sowgandhika Krishnan reviews the dance drama, ‘Einige Todsünden’, an adaptation of the book “”Les liaisons dangereuses”. “Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody”, said Mark Twain. A lot of research in psychology as well as a lot of art and literature has centered around the dark side of human personality. One such example is the 18th century book “”Les liaisons dangereuses” (Dangerous Liaisons) by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. Over the years, the book has been adapted into a play, a Broadway production, a film, as well as the rewriting titled ‘Quartet’ by Heiner...Read More
Basel recently played host to America’s best known cultural ambassador – the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre, and I had the opportunity to tick one more ‘artist to watch’, off my bucket list. Established in 1958, the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre brings forth a mix of ballet, contemporary dance, modern dance and African native dances through striking themes. Alvin Ailey grew up at a time when African Americans faced racial discrimination, violence and lynching. He met his mentor Lester Horton in 1949 and learnt classical ballet jazz, native American dances, painting, acting, music, set design, and costuming. He took over...Read More
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Bhanu Athaiya happens to be the first Indian to receive a competitive Oscar. She shared the Oscar with John Mollo for their on costume designing for the 1982 movie Gandhi.
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