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★★★★½ “Triple treat a fitting tribute to 30 years.” (Sydney Morning Herald)
Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand is Bangarra Dance Theatre’s landmark 30th anniversary season. This diverse program of three contemporary works displays the passionate storytelling, rich artistry and deep community connections that have made Bangarra the premier Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts company in Australia.
Frances Rings’ Unaipon is an absorbing portrait of the great Aboriginal inventor, philosopher, writer and storyteller, Ngarrindjeri man David Unaipon, who features on the Australian $50 note. Stamping Ground was created by Czech choreographer Jiri Kylian as a homage to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their cultures. Curated by Artistic Director Stephen Page, to make fire highlights the breadth, power, and beauty of Bangarra’s creations over three decades.
With roots in the world’s oldest continuing culture, Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand carries the spirit of Bangarra into its fourth decade, promising many more years of deeply moving and authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories.
“A triumph.” The Daily Telegraph
★★★★ “Exhilarating, joyous ... fills your heart.” Limelight
★★★★ “Bangarra is one of the true wonders of Australian culture.” Time Out Sydney
“Stamping Ground ... is utterly spellbinding.” The Daily Telegraph
Recommended for those aged 8 years and older.
Smoke and haze effects are used in this production.
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