Mexico’s FIC 2018 will feature Indian culture and folklore

The 46th edition of the International Cervantino Festival will take place from October 10 to 28
Mexico’s FIC 2018 will feature Indian culture and folklore
Choreographer Asheley Lobo has committed himself to raise the curtain at the International Cervantino Festival of Guanajuato (FIC) - Photo: Taken from FIC's official Facebook page
21/08/2018
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Choreographer Asheley Lobo has committed himself to raise the curtain at the International Cervantino Festival of Guanajuato (FIC) with the show “A passage to Bollywood” which recreates a film on stage, featuring India’s traditional music, dance, and colors

The show will take place at the 46th edition of FIC, on the night of Wednesday, October 10, at 20:00 hours local time. “It will be like bringing a piece of India to Mexico, a slice of our ancient culture,” he stated.

This Thursday, during a press conference through Skype, the choreographer and director of the Danceworx & Navdhara India Dance Theatre, mentioned that it was “an honor and a great responsibility to transmit some of the most popular dances and musical scenes from India’s movie industry.”

He commented that the story is about a young man who leaves his hometown to seek fortune in Mumbai. In the big city, he finds love, friendship, and a series of obstacles. Asheley Lobo stated that “A passage to Bollywood” featured a unique combination of western dancing styles with a spiritual philosophy.

The 46th edition of the International Cervantino Festival will take place from October 10 to 28 with a program that includes 195 shows and 327 performances of Opera, classical music, dance, theater, street shows, galleries, and academic activities. This year, India will be Mexico’s guest of honor.
 

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