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Wudjang

Theatre Review: Bangarra’s Wudjang: Not the Past will leave you shaken

January 20, 2022

Described by Bangarra Director Stephen Page as “narrative dance theatre and contemporary ceremony”, Wudjang: Not the Past follows the journey of a young woman Nananhg (Jess Hitchcock) as she struggles to understand her cultural heritage while existing in a white system. When ancestral bones are discovered during excavation for a dam, one of the men, […]

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Film Review: Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra is a fierce look at the dance company’s rich and complex history

July 7, 2021

If you want an example of the transportive power of dance then you need to look no further than Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra. This documentary packs a lot into its slender 96-minute run time, by tracing the origins of this First Nations dance troupe. This film draws together many facets and stories including the […]

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Carriageworks announces its 2017 season

November 18, 2016

Carriageworks continue to push the boundaries with its new 2017 season, showing both the flexibility of the space and the commitment to unique works particularly looking at Australian history Highlights of the 2017 Program include the inaugural edition of The National: New Australian Art, the already announced exhibition resulting from a partnership between Carriageworks, Art […]

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