Imagine taking dance lessons for several years during your childhood, entering the university later to study economics, contemplating life as a businesswoman, and then giving it all up to spend more than ten years living in a village strictly devoted to reviving and preserving classical Indian dance forms that date back 2000 years. You're a student at first, but your gifts mean that you're tapped to be a principal dancer in a company that performs all over the world. Then you become a teacher, choreographer, and artistic director of that same troupe. Sound like a scenario that only happens in the... More >>>