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After ten months in hibernation, Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to the stage with a series of performances under the stars.
Spirit: a retrospective 2021 draws on three decades of repertoire to celebrate the unbroken connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the land.
Set to a haunting score, Spirit: a retrospective 2021 invites audiences to connect with stories and songlines from across the nation with a collection of work from across the company’s rich history.
Bangarra Dance Theatre is celebrated worldwide for its authentic storytelling and dynamic productions, with technique forged from 65,000 years of culture and integrated with contemporary movement.
This performance features choreography by Stephen Page and Bernadette Walong-Sene, plus traditional choreography and music by Djakapurra Munyarryun, a respected Yolngu songman from north-east Arnhem Land who has worked as a Bangarra cultural consultant for three decades.
Runtime: 75 mins
Wed 20 Jan at 8.30pm (TBA)
Thu 21 Jan at 8.30pm
Fri 22 Jan at 8.30pm
Sat 23 Jan at 8.30pm
Sun 24 Jan at 8.30pm
General Admission Full Price – $25
General Admission Concession – $22
+ booking fee
The only entrance to The Headland at Barangaroo Reserve is via The Cutaway. Care Park operate a car park beneath the Reserve, accessed via Towns Place, which provides eight accessible parking spaces on level B1. A lift from this car park opens to the entrance to The Headland.
75% visual content. This performance has minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds.
Warning – this performance contains smoke & haze effects
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