EKATVA, A JOURNEY OF ONENESS FEATURING 16 CHILDREN FROM THE SLUMS OF INDIA LAUNCHES GLOBAL TOUR
The message of Mahatma Gandhi to be shared by children from the slums of Gujarat through dance and music in 10 major US cities
May 27, 2012 | Sunday | 6 PM | Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley http://ekatvazellerbach.eventbrite.com
June 2, 2012 | Saturday | 5 PM | John Muir Middle School, Los Angeles http://ekatvajohnmuirmiddleschool.eventbrite.com/
June 3, 2012 | Sunday | 4 PM | Plummer Auditorium, Fullerton College http://ekatvafullerton.eventbrite.com/
We invite you to attend these performances and help spread the word by forwarding this email and sharing links via social media. Zellerbach Auditorium is considered one of the most prestigious venues on the west coast, and EKATVA needs your help to achieve a full house of 2000 lucky audience members!
EKATVA (www.ekatva.org) is an experiment to touch the lives and spirit of 16 underprivileged children ages 11 – 15 through dance, music and art, while inspiring the souls of thousands across the world. Sixteen children from some of the largest slums of Ahmedabad, Gujarat were selected through a nine month audition process, and have been trained and developed by mentors from Manav Sadhna (www.manavsadhna.org), a non profit based at the Mahatma Gandhi Ashram, and teachers from Darpana Academy (www.darpana.com) to perform a 90-minute dance-drama production sharing Mahatma Gandhi’s message of ‘Oneness’.