Dancers at Home

Akhila Krishnamurthy

When professional performance gets closer and cosy

‘I Always Find Pleasure In Drowning,’ says Akram Khan

Akram Khan’s final full-length solo performance is both an end and a beginning. The dancer-choreographer speaks to Open about the need to bleed on stage

To a Beat of Its Own

A Bharatanatyam class provides a safe and creative space for transgender students in Chennai

Breaking Free

Johanna Rodrigues is shattering stereotypes with her moves

Art: The World at Their Feet

Young performing artists are using social media to build their own unique brand and to reach a wider audience

Leela Samson: Dance of the Outsider

Veteran Bharatanatyam dancer Leela Samson speaks to Akhila Krishnamurthy about her forays into cinema and abiding passion for teaching

Dancing In the City

Bengaluru emerges as the new capital of Bharatanatyam

The Wisdom and Passion of VK Narayana Menon

A tribute to the former director-general of All India Radio and excellent musicologist who popularised classical Indian music and dance worldwide

Flying Machine Versus Robin

The guts and glories of one-on-one breaking or B-Boying


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