Listen Up: The Latest in Living Single with Alex and an Expert on What’s Shakin’ in Indian Dance
This episode features two of our favorite people: Alex, who needs no introduction, and Ashwini Ramaswamy, who dances and choreographs for the world-famous Ragamala Dance Company. One of them talks ghosting in text messages, and the other breaks down what it takes to run a modern Indian dance company in 2017 (guess which is which…).
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Special and amazing guest Ashwini Ramaswamy, director of marketing and publicity and choreographer for Ragamala Dance Company, on what movement means to her and joining the family biz...
Ragamala’s dances are based on a style of dance called bharatanatyam, which you should mostly definitely read up on.
Speaking of another kind of dance altogether, Maddie Ziegler impressing everyone in Sia’s videos for “Chandelier,” “Elastic Heart,” “Cheap Thrills,” “Big Girls Cry,” and “The Greatest.
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