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Archive listings for ATMA Dance Company

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Spy Monkey - T111769712

A contemporary retelling of a classic Indian tale from the Ramayana. Join Hanuman, our brave and intrepid Monkey Intelligence Officer, on his most important secret mission to date. He will need to use all his extraordinary superpowers to find and rescue the captured Princess Sita from Ravana, a wicked ten-headed demon king, and could do with your help. Full of daring and wit, Spy Monkey brings a contemporary twist to a classic Indian tale from the Ramayana, perfect for family audiences. Three incredible performers use hip-hop and Bharata Natyam dance, music and story-telling to excite and engage young audiences and adults alike.
17 May 20South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731
listing details L62600843

The Magic Fish - T132339737

The Magic Fish communicates big ideas to small children. ATMA Dance's modern take on a classic Indian myth stimulates thought about the essentials for life on earth. Weaving a mix of classical Indian and Contemporary dance with Indian scat singing 'konnakol', young audiences (5+ years) are introduced to their first taste of Bharatanatyam. Take part in a workshop before The Magic Fish and participate in the performance by creating a symbolic gift that represents your ideas and place it in a boat that the Magic Fish tows away to make a new world
26 Oct 17Dance City, Newcastle Upon Tyne :: V916524193
listing details L604353162
15 Oct 17Watermans Arts Centre, Outer London :: V339
listing details L1566666293
14 Oct 17Curve, Leicester :: V830272338
listing details L916234603
16 Jul 16The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
listing details L1391992696

Erhebung - T024316640

In a collaboration between choreographer Mayuri Boonham and sculptor Jeff Lowe, classical Indian dance meets abstract sculpture to create a flowing, living artwork.
31 May 13 to 2 Jun 13Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234
listing details L1850983419

SIVALOKA & Ghatam - T654818778

Eagerly anticipated new works Sivaloka and Ghatam launch Mayuri Boonham’s innovative new company ATMA; using the exhilarating Bharata Natyam dance language to reflect upon the meeting of ancient Indian thought with contemporary experience. Widely known and respected for her role as joint Artistic Director and Choreographer of Angika Boonham now embarks on a new chapter of artistic creativity, to explore the spiritual and sacred within the rush of life today. She brings together an international team of award winning collaborators including: India’s leading electronica composer-duo, Midival Punditz (featuring vocals from Bollywood star Shankar Mahadevan); lighting designers Guy Hoare and Clare O’Donoghue; costume designers Moritz Junge and Becs Andrews and dancers Archana Ballal, Shreya Kumar, Pauline Reibell & Luisa Lazzaro.Music Midival Punditz (SIVALOKA). Lighting Guy Hoare (SIVALOKA). Costume Becs Andrews (SIVALOKA). Costume Sydney Florence (costume making - SIVALOKA). Music Midival Punditz (Ghatam). Lighting Clare O'Donoghue (Ghatam). Costume Moritz Junge (Ghatam).
30 Jul 11 to 31 Jul 11The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L01973225847
1 Dec 10Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234
listing details L01640682804

Sivaloka/Ghatam - T1938646986

Mayuri Boonham’s vibrant new dance company ATMA uses classical Bharatanatyam movement and contemporary vocabulary to create eloquent, unpredictable dance. For Sivaloka and Ghatam, the company’s first two works, Mayuri has brought together an international team of award-winning collaborators. Inspired by the dramatic, rock-cut Elephanta temple in India, Sivaloka explores one of the central ideas in Hindu philosophy; Ghatam was inspired by American composer Steve Reich’s iconic Drumming, with a score played by dancing drummers, featuring the beautiful and unique sound of the ghatam, a classical Indian percussion instrument.Choreographer Mayuri Boonham.
12 May 11The Place Theatre, Inner London :: V240
listing details L690406797

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