What if forward and backward time travel was to be visualized in a three-dimensional space? Delving into the fascinating concept of time dilation, SNDA's latest production Dhrut portrays the intricate relationship between time, space and speed. A seamless synchronization between rapid movement vocabulary and musicality, Dhrut highlights the individual impact of pace, rhythm and motion on movement to culminate into an emulsion of the three. In a span of 50 minutes, watch the elements of live music, drastic rhythm changes and reverse choreography bring the concept of time transition through space to life.
'Captivated the Audience from the word Go..' Leela Venkataraman (Dance Critic The Hindu)
'Absolutely Mind-Blowing' Suresh Goel (Director General ICCR)
An impeccable imagery, Statesman
'The three dancers, trained in Kathak, Ballet and Modern dance, wove an impeccable imagery'
As imagination takes wings, Sunil Kothari (Dance Critic - The Hindu)
'The four member troupe, two women and two men with three musicians seated on the stage gave a scintillating performance'
Performed by: Tejaswee Sontakke, Kiran Shenvi, Neeraj Lohani & Melanie Testa
Concept, Choreography and Music by Sumeet Nagdev
Produced by Sasha Nagdev - Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts