With her mother Kalpana Aroda, fellow performer Ishana Narayanan and Deepti Vanvari, she formed InAtalent, a nonprofit volunteer group that aims to give other young performers the chance to display their talents at senior centers, assisted living communities and rehabilitation facilities. The group celebrated its two-year anniversary Saturday in a special event at Cupertino Community Hall. During these two years, it has put on about one show a month at venues such as the Chateau Cupertino retirement residence, Pacific Gardens assisted living community, Cedar Crest nursing center and the Cupertino Senior Center.
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The evening features a catered vegetarian meal and sharing by five noted speakers. Joanna Macy is a Buddhist scholar, systems theorist and peace activist. Rev. Roland Stringfellow is a minister and LGBT activist. Angel Kyodo Williams is a Zen priest and founder of the Center for Transformative Change. Rabbi Dev Nolly, of Kehilla, is a Jewish educator. There will be live music. Tickets are $36 per person for the dance only; tickets for the entire event range from $108 to $360. All proceeds will benefit Kehilla.