Dance Theatre


Concept, Design & Direction- Sreedeep PS

Produced by Kerala Arts and Crafts Village, Kovalam

Choreographed & Performed by Theertha EV

Music- Bhagyalakshmi Guruvayoor

Vocal – Udupi S Srinath

Violin- Adarsh Ajayakumar

Mridangam- Adithya Chandra bose

Lighting- Johnson CS


August 21st 2024

A Captivating Dance Theatre Production


In a mesmerizing display of artistry and emotion, “Spotlight” illuminated the stage with its poignant interpretation of Robert Frost’s timeless poem, “The Road Not Taken.” Produced by Kerala Arts and Crafts Village, Kovalam, this dance theatre production captivated audiences with its unique blend of movement, music, and storytelling.


Under the visionary direction of Sreedeep PS, “Spotlight” brought the poem to life, focusing on the inner journey of the performer as she navigated through the choices and challenges depicted in Frost’s words. Choreographed and performed by the talented Theertha EV, the production seamlessly integrated Bharatanatyam with contemporary dance, creating a mesmerizing visual narrative.


Bhagyalakshmi Guruvayoor’s evocative music, accompanied by the soulful vocals of Udupi S Srinath and the enchanting melodies of Adarsh Ajayakumar on violin and Adithya Chandra Bose on Mridangam, added depth and resonance to the performance.

The lighting design by Johnson CS enhanced the mood and atmosphere, guiding the audience through the emotional landscape of the piece.

Sreedeep PS, a seasoned theatre artist and director, brought his expertise to the production, ensuring a seamless blend of narrative and movement. Meanwhile, Theertha EV, with her years of training and experience in Bharatanatyam, delivered a mesmerizing performance that left a lasting impression on all who witnessed it.


“Spotlight” was more than just a dance performance; it was a journey of self-discovery and introspection, inviting the audience to reflect on their own paths and choices in life. As the curtains fell on this unforgettable production, attendees were left inspired and moved by the beauty and power of artistic expression.


“Spotlight” stands as a testament to the transformative potential of dance theatre, leaving an indelible mark on all who experienced its brilliance.