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July 30: Nritya Creations – Nritya Creations artistically blend various styles of Indian dance with western dance forms, such as jazz, ballet, lyrical and hip-hop.
Nritya Creation just performed a 90 minute concert at Kennedy Plaza ( Boardwalk Hall) in Atlantic City yesterday evening to a crowd of more than 400 people sponsored by the Atlantic City Public Library :
Nritya Creations Dance Academy Mesmerise Audience
NEW JERSEY: The Broadway style concert was held at North Brunswick High School, New Jersey on the June 21st by Nitrya Creations Dance Academy. The show began with the junior kids followed with adult’s category during the four hour program. For about 200 dancing lovers of filmy music dance it was a memorable evening. Even after four hours, they felt it was very short and they yearned for more. During the show, the audience clapped their hands, tapped their toes and some even joined the artists in humming and singing the songs. Some of the excited audience even sh whistled. The show mesmerized the audience with Jodha Akbar song performance in glittery costumes, the props, and the overall presentation in choreography and synchronization in dance by entire group was similar to Broadway style.
Addressing the audience, Meena Basu Nag along with host Sherry Datta and Neha Sadana thanked all dancing stars who performed with brilliant talents in a variety of dances. Among the teaching staff: Shayoni “Mimi” Nag, Allison Spadaro, Kathryn Mitchinson, Shilpa Padhye, Ragini Sridhar Thannmaya Venkat, Anjali Tampy, Tatyana Popova, Varuni Bewtra, Geatali Tampy, Narin Ahmed, Amanda Martinez, and many more for Ballet, Jazz , Hip Hop, and Fusion. The performances stole the hearts of the audience. A special mention was also for Roheet Baxi who efficiently executed the backstage management. Continuing the vote of thanks to the parents, volunteer, media, Sridhar Chillara of TV5, Mana TV and U n I TV for live telecast and all volunteers and Vijay Shah. For the jam packed audience, the show added new sequences from classical – Bharatanatyam, Indian Semi- Classical, Fusion and Western dance technique that including Ballet, Jazz and Hip Hop and Bollywood styles.