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The Magic Hour

06 Nov 2017

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After touring around Australia and most recently South Africa, acclaimed Indian theatre producer and actor Arjun Raina is bringing his popular The Magic Hour performance to Library at The Dock on November 10 and 11.

A flamboyant dance theatre interpretation of Shakespeare’s Othello, The Magic Hour is adding some bright colours to Docklands’ urban environment.

Curator Mr Raina has a diverse portfolio in performing arts and his Indian heritage is uniquely showcased through his work.

“Indian culture and arts is not just about Bollywood,” he said. “The Magic Hour features two forms of India’s classical dance, one originated from the 15th century and the other is over 2000 years old.”

Wearing dramatic Hindu costume and makeup, Mr Raina will sure make the performance a magic hour for those fortunate enough to attend the show.

He said the performance also incorporated some Melbourne themes into the traditional Indian dance and theatre expressions.

After the two nights of performances at Library at The Dock, Mr Raina and fellow actress Lilian Warrum will travel to Castlemaine and hopefully India to bring many more magic hours to the audience there.

To book tickets, visit magichouraustralia.com

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