Dearest Mudra Familes, Supporters and Friends,
I am so proud to say that Mudra has been in existence now for 17 years, and has been a non-profit for 8 years, thanks to your support and the members dedication.
Every year we try to create a magical piece on stage that will make us proud in exploring and exhibiting all the selfless, altruistic and noble feelings we have as human beings. We are also reminded about how fortunate we are to be chosen to live these lives. We hope to create a world of peace, diversity and celebration of the same!
This time our 13th original production is based on an amazing idea from Shawn, taking us into the direction of cycles….
We are exploring the journey each of us go on during our lifetime, hoping to reach that destination that enlightens us, ILLuminates us!!!
Our bodies, our hearts, our minds, our souls go onto the path of CYCLES:
The cycles of creation and learning, through the elements of nature and of relationships…
Each one of us gather knowledge, learn through that journey and try to pass it on…. Trying to become a better human being, in turn making us a better community, living in a better world! We hope to achieve this for us and for our future generations….
Join us on this journey through an interaction of dance, music, and an audio visual exhibition put on by Mudra Dance Studio at the Lakewood Cultural Center:
Sunday: 2:00pm on 11/14/10
Saturday: 5:00pm on 11/20/10
Sunday: 2:00pm on 11/21/10
Join us and help spread the word of inner human beauty and persistence in trying to make this universe magnificent and beautiful!!!!
Tickets will be available online from our website, from members, and from the Lakewood Cultural Center website.
We hope to see you on this journey. We have some surprises during this show and would love for you to proudly share those with us!
We want to thank Frequent Flyers (www.frequentflyers.org ), a non-profit organization based in Boulder, for their help during this production. I would also like to welcome our 2 new members of the drumming team, Shane Franklin and Joe LeGolvan and welcome back our Taiko Drummer, Thomas Knight. We are honored to you guys in our family!
Namita Khanna Nariani
Mudra Dance Studio