“Horidraa: Golden Healing” explores how women in global communities of color activate hope and healing to sustain communities around the world.
The year: 2053. A patient, dark of skin, has been checked into urgent medical care in a state of collapse. Her name is given as Ashwarnahm BahrAili KofucheeNané and she self-identifies as “the child of many continents.” Who is she? What healing does she need? Follow her journey as she travels into the recesses of memory and imagination to conjure a magical healing experience that invites all into its joy-filled dance.
Choreographer Ananya Chatterjea (named Best Choreographer by the Star Tribune’s 2016 Best of Minnesota) works with the exquisite dancers of Ananya Dance Theatre, director Marcus Young, sound artists Greg Schutte, Queen Drea, Pooja Goswami, and Tenzin Ngawang, visual artist Alison Hiltner, costume designer Annie Cady, and lighting designer Kevin A. Jones to create an original dance theater production inspired by the remarkable properties of turmeric, the root ingredient of many cuisines and recipes that heal from within!
Tickets: Call The O’Shaughnessy at 651-690-6700 or visit http://oshag.stkate.edu
Tier 1 $27 + $2 ticketing fee = $29 • Tier 2 $22 + $2 ticketing fee = $24 • Tier 3 $17 + $2 ticketing fee = $19
Discount: Student and senior: $4 off any tier
Discount: St. Catherine University faculty, staff, alumnae; MPR members; active military: $2 off any tier
The O’Shaughnessy offers large print programs, seating for individuals in wheelchairs with accompanying companion seating located in the same area, and holds seating for patrons who are hard of hearing or visually disabled. If you have an accessibility request, please explain it to the ticket office and we will do our best to seat you in a location that accommodates your needs.
The O’Shaughnessy offers free parking, and is accessible via bus and bus transfers from the Blue and Green LRT lines: http://www.metrotransit.org/.
“Horidraa” is supported by the Seward Co-op Community Fund, Asian Pacific Endowment, a National Endowment for the Arts Challenge America grant, the Imagine Fund, and the Institute for Advanced Studies. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.