Replaced Rituals – Excerpt Remembered Rhythms

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About This Show

“Remembered Rhythms” is part of the Replaced Rituals project, a contemporary dance theater piece that gives voice to migratory rituals of the South Asian diaspora. This work integrates classical dance styles of India with pedestrian movements, tabla, and drum kit to explore a new expression of displacement. This semi-autobiographical piece addresses the complex relationship of an immigrant’s experience to her past that is embedded in bodily memories.

Presented as part of the National Asian American Theater Festival, Replaced Rituals shares a double-bill with Big Head.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: June 12, 2007 Final Performance: June 14, 2007
Location: Kirk Theatre, New York City

410 W 42nd St,

New York,


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