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 Dallas Indian Arts Collective, Dallas’ first South Asian multi-disciplinary arts non-profit, aims to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of North Texans by creating a cross-cultural platform to promote understanding and appreciation of Indian arts, with the ultimate vision that art will create (ex)change.

Their debut production is writer/director Isheeta Ganguly’s award-winning English play, Three Women, with Samrat Chakrabarti as the guest narrator.

Dallas Indian Arts Collective, Dallas’ first South Asian multi-disciplinary arts non-profit, aims to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of North Texans by creating a cross-cultural platform to promote understanding and appreciation of Indian arts, with the ultimate vision that art will create (ex)change.

Their debut production is writer/director Isheeta Ganguly’s award-winning English play, Three Women, with Samrat Chakrabarti as the guest narrator.

Dallas Indian Arts Collective, Dallas’ first South Asian multi-disciplinary arts non-profit, aims to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of North Texans by creating a cross-cultural platform to promote understanding and appreciation of Indian arts, with the ultimate vision that art will create (ex)change.

Their debut production is writer/director Isheeta Ganguly’s award-winning English play, Three Women, with Samrat Chakrabarti as the guest narrator.

WHEN

WHERE

Marshall Family Performing Arts Center
4141 Spring Valley Rd.
Addison, TX 75001
https://www.diactexas.org/

TICKET INFO

$35-$75
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