BORO Dance and Music Tickets at Goa 2024

BORO Dance and Music Tickets: Embark on an extraordinary journey of dance and music as BORO unfolds its magic at the Museum Of Goa on January 21 at 7 PM. This fusion of dance and music promises to be a captivating experience, creating a vibrant tapestry of artistic expression. Let the rhythm guide you through an enchanting evening in the cultural haven of Goa. BORO is set to weave together diverse elements, delivering an immersive showcase that transcends boundaries. Join us at the Museum Of Goa for a night of artistic brilliance that will leave you spellbound and enriched. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this unique blend of dance and music at one of Goa’s cultural gems.

Event NameBORO – Dance and Music
GenreDance and Music
Date & TimeJanuary 21, 7:00 PM
VenueMuseum Of Goa, Goa

Ticket price

Ticket price for BORO Dance and Music at Goa starts from Rs. 499, Purchase tickets from the official website. Check out more details.

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  7. Make Payment.
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  9. Get ready to enjoy BORO on January 21 at 7 PM!


Event Highlights

Play DetailsBORO
Name of the PlayBoro
PlaywrightSatish Tandle
Design & DirectionKetan Jadhav
ActorsAshish Atrey, Shravan Fondekar, Jai Pednekar, Abhishek Dukhande
MusiciansOmkar Gaonkar, Akshay Gaude
Set DesignerRohit Bhosle
LightingKeatan Jadhav
CostumesPrajakta Kavlekar
LyricistsShivapranav Allavni, Vaibhav Kavlekar
DramaturgySantosh Naik
Total Artists5 Actors, 2 Musicians, 1 Light Operator, 1 Backstage Artist
LanguageHindi (with English Subtitles)
Time Duration1 Hour
InspirationAkira Kurosawa’s film ‘Kagemusha’
FormatTiatr with Chitrakathi elements
Musical StyleGoan folk music (Kantar)
Additional FeaturesPuppets and masks for character portrayal
Cultural InfluenceGoan folk practices, Kalaripayattu (Kerala martial arts)
ExperimentationChitrakathi painting blended with Tiatr form
NoteInspired by Tiatr, a traditional Goan performance style
About TiatrTraditional Goan performance involving 6 or 7 short acts (Podd’dde)
About ChitrakathiOral storytelling tradition with painted images, developed in Maharashtra-Karnataka region

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