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Celebrating 30 years Bangarra Dance Theatre is presenting it its landmark anniversary season this year with Bangarra's 30 Years of Sixty Five Thousand at Arts Centre Melbourne from 5 to 14 September 2019.
It is Australia's only major performing arts company with its origins in the land and is inspired by 65,000 years of culture and the continual evolution of Indigenous storytelling.
Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand is a three contemporary works include a re-staging of Frances Rings' monumental Unaipon (Clan, 2004), Stamping Ground and to make fire.
Image by Daniel Boud from Bangarra Dance Theatre, Photo supplied by Kabuku Public Relations
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 $50.00 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 and Head of Design, Jacob Nash, to make fire highlights the breadth, power and beauty of Bangarra's creations over three decades.
Come and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Bangarra Dance Theatre when their new show is performed at Arts Centre Melbourne from 5 to 14 September, 2019.