April 8, 9, 10 - Friday: 7:30 PM / Saturday: 2:30 PM, 7:30 PM / Sunday: 2:30 PM
By Sean Adams
Based on the popular folk tales from ancient India
"This story is made of many stories, just like a tapestry is woven from many threads. Only when you put them together can you see that they were meant to be a piece of something greater all along."
A noble king in ancient India has three big problems: his children, the reckless and lazy royal princes. Fearing for the future of his people, the king consults with a wise guru, who agrees to teach the young princes through a series of animal stories and folk tales. These interwoven lessons form the basis of the Panchatantra ("Five Treatises"), one of the world's most popular collections of fables. Through wisdom, humor and dance, the princes learn about dharma - the duties and virtues expected from each of us - and the importance of being part of a bigger picture.
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