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CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI Presents The YOU Review: TAJ EXPRESS

Posted By Arts Marketing Network
March 4, 2018 at 7:52 PM

CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI Presents The YOU Review: TAJ EXPRESS

Produced by Kay and Stephen Belth, Arts Marketing Network

Hooray for Bollywood! The live Bollywood musical review, TAJ EXPRESS, came to the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on March 5, 2017, complete with singers, dancers, musicians, costumes and a dazzling set.

Presented by the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center and CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI, TAJ EXPRESS introduced many in the audience to one of the most popular of India’s entertainment art forms.

Attending the performance were CULTURE SHOCKERS, 13 to 22 years-old students who love the arts. Some of them shared their thoughts about what they saw and heard. . .

 

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