Presented by Arts House and Mobile States
7.30pm, Wed 19 Nov
7.30pm, Thurs 20 Nov
7.30pm, Fri 21 Nov
4pm, Sat 22 Nov
70 mins no interval
$25 / $18
5 Blackwood St,
It’s Karaoke night, Broome style, where country meets hip hop meets Japanese love song. Closing time and they take it outside. A lone cowboy blows into town,stirring its ghosts for a long and wild night, as past and present dance it out on the street.
This is explosive yet haunting dance theatre from Broome-based Indigenous and intercultural company Marrugeku;choreographed by Serge Aime Coulibaly (ex Les Ballets C de la B) and Marrugeku’s Dalisa Pigram, featuring film by Warwick Thornton (Samson & Delilah), with a cast including Trevor Jamieson (Ngapartji Ngapartji) & Sermsah Bin Saad (So You Think You Can Dance).
Serge Aime Coulibaly
Joey Ruigrok van der Werven
Dazastah, Lorrae Coffin, Justin Gray and Amanda Brown
Josephine Wilson and David Pledger
Trevor Jamieson, Dalisa Pigram, Owen Maher, Sermsah Bin Saad, Antonia Djiagween and Yumi Umiumare
Supported by – Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body, and through the national performing arts touring program, Playing Australia. Burning Daylight were assisted by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, the Australia Council’s New Australian Stories Initiative and it’s Dance, Theatre,Music,New Media and CCD Boards; The Sidney Myer Fund;the Australian Film Commission;the Kimberley Regional Development Scheme;and Country Arts WA.
Image by – Christian Altofer