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  • Date: Wednesday, 6 October 2010 to Friday, 8 October 2010, 7pm
  • Venue: Broome Camp School — 7 Millington Rd (entry through Cable Beach Amphitheatre), Broome, WA
  • Tickets: Adults: $17 | Children: $10 | Concession: $15 — Tickets can be purchased online

Event Details

BURU Stories inspired by the six Yawuru Seasons Marrugeku, WA’s leader in contemporary intercultural performance, will premiere its exciting new physical performance work Buru in Broome on the 6 of October. Devised and performed by a talented group of young people from Broome, with the guidance of community elders and Marrugeku’s professional performers, Buru is an enchanting new performance work for children and families.

Buru (dirt-land-earth; time-seasons-place) is a story which explores how Broome’s young people experience place, time and culture, in a story structure inspired by the six Yawuru seasons. Deftly combining contemporary dance, hip-hop, stilt dance and storytelling with original songs and music by the Marrugeku Mongrel Band, Buru is a rich reflection of life for young people in Broome.

Performers: Owen Maher, Rowan Thomas, Madelyn Bin Swani, Taj Jamieson, Emma Sibosado, Brandon McCarthy, Tian Hall, Crystal Stacey, Therese Pigram and CJ Oakley
Choreographer/narrator: Dalisa Pigram
Co-directors: Dalisa Pigram, Rachael Swain
Music: Marrugeku Band of Lorrae Coffin, M. C. Dazastah and Mathew Fargher with guest-artist Bart Pigram and Emma Sibosado (Kimberley Girl 2009, Kimberley NAIDOC 2009 most promising artist)

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by email to gemma@stalker.com.au

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