Projects

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Bahu-Beti-Biwi

Sheetal Gandhi’s solo show, Bahu-Beti-Biwi (Daughter-in-law, Daughter, Wife) wraps North Indian music traditions and family characters into a contemporary tour de force that glides between humorous portraiture and active resistance.

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Stuck

Three dancers: Red, White, and Blue, embody and animate the American Flag, revealing the Flag’s own identity crisis in a time when the ideals of what and “who” the flag represents are in sharp contrast with current reality.

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In|Expiration

In|Expiration, is a highly rhythmic dance-theater performance that investigates issues of personal justice and identity, the imperative of breath, and the repercussions of race-fueled violence.

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Indian Mythology and Me

Indian Mythology and Me artfully weaves foot rhythms, hand gestures and facial expressions into an interactive exploration of Indian mythology and its connections to our world today. Originally performed at the Ford Amphitheater.

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Human Nature

Human Nature is a multi-media dance theater solo inspired by Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree” and commissioned by the COLA Individual Artist Grant and Grand Performances in Los Angeles.

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The Cracked Pot

Drawing on Afro-centric movement sensibilities and Indian folk dance traditions to tell the Indian parable of “The Cracked Pot” – a story for anyone who’s not quite perfect.

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California Contemporary Dancers

Gandhi was Co-Artistic Director of this modern dance company from 2001-2004, and choreographed several dances for the company during her time with them.

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Six Minutes

I was told I had 6 minutes to make a dance. So, I did.

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1001 Nights

Gandhi was commissioned by Circus Juventas in St. Paul Minnesota to create original choreography for this theatrical circus production.

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