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Does anyone want to buy my ticket to the Saturday 7pm Ghungroo show?

From: Joana
Sent on: Thursday, March 1, 2012 12:46 PM

Hello,

Is anyone interested in buying my ticket to the 7pm, Saturday Ghungroo show?

It was $20.

I had purchased the ticket and the only one to have purchase a ticket before the show sold out.

I really do not want to go alone, so I decided not to go.

Please let me know if you like to buy my ticket.

 

Joana

 

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http://www.ofa.fas.harvard.edu/cal/details....

http://www.harvardsaa.org/events/ghungroo

 

In March of 2012, SAA will celebrate the 23rd anniversary of Ghungroo, one of the largest cultural events on Harvard's campus and SAA's hallmark event. Ghungroo brings the diverse and ever-changing traditions of South Asia to the Agassiz Theatre at Harvard, inviting the whole campus to celebrate South Asian culture. Against the background of a new stunning, student-built set every year, over 380 undergraduates present student-choreographed dance pieces, musical performances, dramatic selections, and artwork all inspired by the sub-continent and its diaspora.

The dances include traditional folk dances like Bhangra and Garba Raas, classical dance in the form of Bharatha Natyam, as well as modern adaptations and pieces inspired by Bollywood. Other acts bring student musicians to the stage to sing Qawwalis and bhajans along with fusion pieces. Between each act, Harvard's dramatic performers bring student-written skits to the stage, playfully presenting the stereotypes that characterize the South Asian and South Asian-American life.

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