Category: PF Season

Vaishnavi Mannava

Vaishnavi Mannava Vaishnavi is a Bharatanatyam student and a psychology graduate keen on merging the two disciplines using performance and movement as a medium of research.  Her first experiments in dance began with performances in unconventional spaces such as public gardens, house parties, pubs, and clubs. By disrupting the trend of traditional dance experiences on …

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Urvi Vora

Urvi Vora Urvi Vora is an artist based out of New Delhi. Her practice traverses different modes of performance and is driven by a particular interest in modern rituals and politics. Following her training in dance anthropology, she has created works which have travelled around Europe and India, notably SKUM Manifesto (2017) and This Is …

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Maya Krishna Rao

Maya Krishna Rao Maya Krishna Rao is a theatre artist and teacher. Her shows range from dance theatre to cross-media collaborations to comedy. She is her own performer, writer and director. Some of her celebrated performances include, ‘Khol Do’, ‘The Job’, ‘A Deeper Fried Jam’ and ‘Heads Are Meant For Walking Into’, ‘Ravanama’. ‘Walk’ was …

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Debashree Bhattacharya

Debashree Bhattacharya Debashree Bhattacharya is a Kolkata based Kathak practitioner, teacher and choreographer. A graduate from Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, she completed her Masters in Philosophy from Jadavpur University. She is an artist who is keen on understanding, analysing and redefining the Kathak dance form.  She often travels in India and abroad for performances, lectures …

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David Carberry

David Carberry Originating from the tiny Victorian town of Yackandandah, David began dance, acrobatics and music at the age of 8 before being accepted into the prestigious performing arts institution Flying Fruit Fly Circus School at the age of 10. Trained extensively by Russian, Chinese and Australian masters including Lu Guang Rang (NICA) and Kim …

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