Improvised silence

March 2003
Diva;Mar2003, Issue 82, p15
Reports on the national tour of the classical Indian dance 'She' in London, England. Presentation of dancers Nina Rajarani and Pali Chandra for the tour; Roles of women explored by the dance; Interpretations of silence based on the personal experiences of the dancers.


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