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     “Sheetal Gandhi's One-Woman Show Combines Indian Music with Contemporary Dance,”

      Kellyn Kawaguchi  [5 February 2014]


     “5 Dance Shows to See in L.A. This Week,”  Ann Haskins  [30 January 2014]


     “Letter from San Francisco,”  Rita Felciano  [Summer 2013]


     “DANCE REVIEW: The miraculous and multiple personalities of Sheetal Gandhi,”

      Carrie Seidman [20 June 2013]


     “From Daughter to Wife: A thought provoking tale of three women,”

      Andrea Pflaumer  [14 April 2013]


     “The Contemporary Mixtape,”  Julie Potter  [10 April 2013]


     “Sheetal Gandhi: dancer, vocalist, actress, activist,” Ellen Gerdes [7 April 2013]


     “Sheetal Gandhi celebrates India's culture on Bryn Mawr College stage,”

     Tara Lynn Johnson  [12 March 2013]


     “Efflorescence,” Leela Venkataraman  [16 November 2012]


     “Nine Who Dared: Women dance artists challenging the status quo,”

     Komal Thakkar [November 2012]


     “The Performant: More Than Words,” Nicole Gluckstern  [21 September 2012]


     “REVIEW: Sheetal Gandhi at The Painted Bride,”  Nancy G. Heller [25 February 2012]


     “Mute-Able: An Evening with Shishir Kurup and Sheetal Gandhi,”  [11 February 2011]


     “Sheetal Gandhi - ‘Bahu-Beti-Biwi’,”  Megan Kennedy [17 October 2009]


     “Sheetal Gandhi Shines at the National Asian American Theater Festival,”

     Lauren Joseph  [14 October 2009]


     “Bridge: Choreographic Dialogues 2009 Brings L.A. to Israel,”

     Deborah Friedes  [19 August 2009]


     “New Original Works Festival at the REDCAT Theatre,” Marla Lewin  [July 2009]


     “Dancer Sheetal Gandhi to Premiere ‘Bahu-Beti-Biwi’,”  Lisa Tsering  [14 November 2008]


     “Top Drawer SOLA Festival at Armstrong,”  Jim Farber  [13 November 2006]


     “Dancing to a Dream,” Jeet Thayil  [21 May 2004]


     “It’s A Sign Program,” Toba Singer  [7 November 2003]


     “SF Bay Area Dancer Shines in Cirque du Soleil,”  Lisa Tsering  [3 March 2000]


     “All Made Up: Learning tricks of the trade from a prima circus diva,”  Martine Lord  [2000]