Ganges Meets the Nile rescheduled to September 10

Ganges Meets the Nile rescheduled to September 10

Indo-Caribbean Meets Afro-Haitian

The event brought to you by the Jayadevi Arts Inc. create an experience to transport you through the flowing Nile river in Africa as with performers weave in and out of the aisle of the venue getting up close with the audience.  Interwoven between the African dancers will be the Jayadevi Indo-Caribbean dancers who like the Ganges will intertwine the African dancers.

“Ganges meets the Nile” is the merging of two Cultures represented by the Haitian Afro community and the Indo Caribbean community in one location. Jayadevi intends to revive and rejuvenate these forgotten cultures through dances which will merge both cultures. Afro-Haitian inspired dancers from the Nancy St. Leger Dance Ensemble will delve deep into their rich history to produce moves which will entice and educate the audience.

The event will be held September 10 at the Miramar Cultural Center; showtime is at 7pm. There will be no flash photography and no live streaming or video recording allowed at this event. Price range from $25 to $55 in advance. To purchase tickets online visit

Sponsored in part by Broward County Cultural Division, State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs and Florida council on Arts and Culture, this experience will incorporate Indian Tassa Drumming with African Drumming and Mocko Jumbie Stilt Dancers. State- of-the-art and professional Illustrators and animators will create the scenery on stage to transport the audience to incredible new heights seen for the first time in Florida.




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