Adi Da Samraj: "The force of primary geometric forms is everywhere in the world. . . once you begin to get the sense of shape, then you can see that the world of perception is actually made of primary geometries. It is just that there are so many of them all at once that the natural world seems to have feathered edges."
Choreographers and Dancers: Susana Weingarten & Tom Evert Costume Design: Luzano Rey & Janet Bolick Lighting Design: Deb Malcolm Music: The Cinematic Orchestra Sound engineer: Jordan Davis Video: Alejandro Rivera
Anything was allowed to happen in the performance, and no rehearsal was required. The performers were open, concentrated, and ultimately, surrendered to the Ruchira Avatar Adi Da Samraj, permitting His Divine Transmission to dance the dancers and play the musicians.
poster: SusanaWeingarten length: 10:54 date added: July 1, 2012 views: 487; views this month: 31; views this week: 7
"Ego Act" is a dance based on Adi Da's wisdom about the nature of egoity, or, Adi Da describes it, "the fundamental activity of self-contraction, or the presumption of separate and separative existence".
Choreographer/Dancer: Tom Evert Music: George Crumb (as interpreted by The Kronos Quartet) Costume Design: Raymond Zander III Props: Tom Evert "Midnight Sun" Set Design: Molly Watson
Satsang poster: enderxen length: 10:55 date added: May 20, 2010 views: 771; views this month: 15; views this week: 3
A dance that creatively develops the meaning of "Satsang". Choregraphed and danced by devotees Tom Evert and Susana Weingarten, and dedicated to Adi Da. Costume Design by Janet Bolick. Set Design by Molly Watson. Music by Phillip Glass and Ravi Shankar. Voiceover by Adi Da.
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