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EKATVA @ Zellerbach Auditorium | UC Berkeley, California

Manav Sadhna

Sunday, May 27, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Berkeley, CA

EKATVA @ Zellerbach Auditorium | UC Berkeley, California

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Please join 16 children from the slums of India, the renowned Darpana Dance Academy and an inspiring Gandhi Ashram NGO on Memorial Day Sunday at UC Berkeley's beautiful Zellerbach Hall for EKATVA: a powerful, emotional dance drama bringing Gandhi and Dr. King's message of non-violence to life on stage. 


Having performed more than a dozen shows throughout India to over-capacity audiences, EKATVA is now embarking on an exciting tour through the US. 




The concept and choreography of EKATVA is based on a similar tour conducted over 10 years ago, called EKTA (Sanskrit for “Unity”). In 2000, Manav Sadhna trained 14 slum children in partnership with Darpana Academy, to develop a theatrical/dance drama show that toured across the USA. Half of those children are now teachers at Manav Sadhna. Ten years later, over 250 children were auditioned at Manav Sadhna: 8 boys and 8 girls were finally selected to form EKATVA.

 

EKATVA represents the power of art and music to transform the lives of children everywhere. For each of the children involved with EKATVA, art and music have provided a means and a path to build self-confidence, self-reliance, and compassion…all central to the spirit and message of Mahatma Gandhi,” says Robin Sukhadia, Project Ahimsa International Grants Program Director.

 

As with any tour, there are many costs that go into the creation and execution of the 2012 Oneness Tour. Proceeds from our tickets will serve as a valuable donation towards the following expenses:

  • Child Development: health, nutrition, local daily transportation, activities, materials
  • Creative Production Development: direction, choreography, music, costumes, props
  • Administrative: passports, visas, legal, insurance, etc.
  • Logistics: flights, domestic transportation, food, venues, marketing

Don't miss this rare, once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the power and potential of those from the world's most underprivileged backgrounds, as well as a story that can touch your heart and awaken you to the beauty and Oneness of life.
 EKATVA on YouTube
 

Please contact ekatvasf@gmail.com with any questions you may have.
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Zellerbach Auditorium (101 Zellerbach Hall # 4800)
2456 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94704

Sunday, May 27, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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Manav Sadhna

Manav Sadhna is engaged in constructive humanitarian projects that touch the lives of over 8000 people in slum communities surrounding the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India. Our 40 health, hygiene, nutrition, values-based education and empowerment work is empowered by a deeply spiritual approach to service.

 

"Manav" means "person" in Hindi and "Sadhna" is "spiritual practice." At Manav Sadhna, we strive to see and serve God (or a higher power by any name) in the heart of each person we meet. Our philosophy is to "love all, serve" all and we are deeply inspired to serve by Mahatma Gandhi's values of truth, peace and compassion.

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