A Story, A Song,
And A Dance
Produced By
Young Audiences Of Houston

This is a non-ticketed performance.

This performance will not be livestreamed.

In this performance, Classical Indian Dance, Storytelling, Music, Dance, and Flamenco artists bring the cultures of India and Spain together in this collaborative and educational cultural performance for audiences and students of all ages.

This unique artistic collaboration with a message of hope and light brings vocals, guitar, violin, narration, percussion (mridangam), and classical Indian dancers together in a new work of art.

Young Audiences of Houston is a Texas nonprofit corporation founded in 1956, is an independent chapter of Young Audiences, Inc., the nation’s leading arts-in-education nonprofit organization, and first organization to be awarded the National Medal of Arts. They are at the forefront of arts education in Houston, pursuing equitable access to the arts through systems change efforts, sharing our expertise, and supporting programs and resources to our communities most in need across the Texas region.

This performance is suitable for grades K-12.

Download the curriculum guide here.

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!

This is a non-ticketed performance. No tickets are necessary, no reservations can be made. As a courtesy to Miller, we’d appreciate it if you’d fill out the school group attendance form here.

School groups can learn more about visiting Miller here.

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

Photos are being taken at this event and may appear in Miller Outdoor Theatre’s print or digital communications or marketing materials. By attending this event, you hereby authorize MTAB to use your photograph in any and all use related to the educational mission of MOT without compensation.

Tuesday, October 17, 2023
11:00 am (1h)