The Jewel of Justice, The Saga of Kannagi (July 31, 2022, 4 PM)
The in-person (live) event will be held at : The Mosesian Center for the Arts is located at 321 Arsenal Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. For parking and walking directions please click here.
The same show will also be streamed on Zoom.
Vision-Aid is delighted to present “The Jewel of Justice – The saga of Kannagi”, a Broadway-style mega production, bringing to life the timeless Indian Epic “Silapathigaram” – the saga of Kannagi – in a magnificent, Broadway Style show which will amaze you! It is on Sunday July 31, 2022 at 4 PM EDT.
This rich and vibrant choreography, is produced by renowned, award-winning choreographer Guru Madurai R. Muralidaran, ably assisted by Artistic Directors Jeyanthi Ghatraju, Sripriya Natarajan Moorthy, Mari Shakthi Muthuswamy , Aishwarya Chakravarthy and pulling together the brightest dance talent in the greater Boston area.
English narration and sub-titles throughout the show make it accessible for non-Tamil speakers also!
All proceeds benefit Vision-Aid’s programs for the visually impaired, to help them live with independence and dignity.
Meet the dream team behind “The Jewel of Justice”
Questions? Please email: email@example.com
Live Event Tickets – SOLD OUT!
The in-person event at the Mosesian Theater is now sold out. Zoom tickets are still available. Please join us on Zoom, and enjoy the visual treat while supporting the visually impaired.
Virtual (Zoom) Tickets
The show will also be streamed virtually so audiences anywhere can enjoy it. Virtual show ticketing is open now and you can purchase it right away by using the drop down above. Please allow a few hours for tickets to be processed and sent to you. Our volunteers are processing zoom ticket orders as quickly as possible. Please be assured we will definitely send a zoom registration link to everyone who purchased a zoom ticket ASAP!
Thank You Sponsors 2022
Thank you Sponsors!
- Ritu Goswami and Sanjay Chawla
- Veena & Pramod Handa
- Kathy & Dan Rao
- Suzanne & Lalit Sudan
- Urmila Khettry
- Urmila Khettry
- Revathy Ramakrishna & Ramakrishna Raju
- Jaya Vatsyayan & Sudhir Ranjan
- Greater Boston Cricket Foundation.