Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts
Singing Winds’ Jill Reinier will travel to Bangladesh as Mask-Maker for this vibrant dance drama, produced by Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts!
Performed by the young dancers of the Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts (BIPA), Bhuddhu Bhutum transports us to the enchanted land of Bengali fairy tales with colorful costumes, and traditional music and dance.
Come watch the adventures of Buddhu and Bhutum, the owl and monkey princes, as they rescue the beautiful princess Shukh Pakhi, trapped in an underwater palace.
In celebration of the Bengali New Year 1419, the performance will also include a Dance of Joy and Festivity, by students from the Bengali Dance Class at PS 230.
$ 2.00 suggested donation
WHERE: PS 230 auditorium, located at 1 Albemarle Road at McDonald Avenue. Brooklyn. nearest subway – F train (Church Avenue exit)
WHEN: April 20, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Annie Ferdous and the young Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts will transport you to the enchanted land of Bengali fairy tales. Share the adventure of Buddhu and Bhutum, the monkey and owl princes, as they try to save the beautiful princess from her captivity in an underwater palace.
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