SASA Night Live

The South Asian Students Association (SASA) put on its annual cultural show, “SASA Night Live,” this Saturday in Mandel Hall.

By Maroon Staff

The Chicago Raas team performs the finale of the the annual SASA Cultural Show.
The Chicago Raas team performs the finale of the the annual SASA Cultural Show.
The performers of
The performers of “SASA Night Live” celebrate the successful staging of this year’s SASA Cultural Show.
Fourth-years Megha Shankar and John Li dance in the Senior Dance segment during the annual SASA Cultural Show
Fourth-years Megha Shankar and John Li dance in the Senior Dance segment during the annual SASA Cultural Show “SASA Night Live” Saturday evening at Mandel Hall.
Third-year Violet Starr (right) performs the Bhangra dance during the annual SASA Cultural Show.
Third-year Violet Starr (right) performs the Bhangra dance during the annual SASA Cultural Show.
Prunil Patel, Malini Kartha and Siddhartha Biswas call for cheers and applause from the audience between items.
Prunil Patel, Malini Kartha and Siddhartha Biswas call for cheers and applause from the audience between items.
Performers strike poses at the edge of the stage of Mandel Hall during a modern dance item at the annual SASA Cultural Show.
Performers strike poses at the edge of the stage of Mandel Hall during a modern dance item at the annual SASA Cultural Show.
Dancers leap off the stage floor during a traditional dance.
Dancers leap off the stage floor during a traditional dance.
Second-year Malini Kartha rallies the performers backstage before the start of the show.
Second-year Malini Kartha rallies the performers backstage before the start of the show.
The annual SASA Cultural Show entitled
The annual SASA Cultural Show entitled “SASA Night Live” featured elaborate traditional costumes, dynamic dance choreography, and dramatic lighting effects.
First-years Maya Kailas, Sunameeka Panigrahy and fourth-year Neerja Joshi (left to right) perform the classical Indian dances Odissi and Bharathanatyam.
First-years Maya Kailas, Sunameeka Panigrahy and fourth-year Neerja Joshi (left to right) perform the classical Indian dances Odissi and Bharathanatyam.