SandSong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert — Bangarra Dance Theatre
Set in Walmajarri Country, this powerful performance explores the displacement and survival of First Nations people.
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Bangarra Dance Theatre is returning to the stage with a striking new work — Sandsong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert — this winter. It's the company's first new production at Sydney Opera House since COVID-19 closures, so it comes with much anticipation.
Set in Walmajarri Country, which spans the Great Sandy Desert and Kimberley regions of Western Australia, this powerful performance explores the displacement and survival of First Nations people in this part of Australia, particularly between the 1920–1960s.
Artistic Director Stephen Page and Associate Artistic Director Frances Rings have choreographed this breathtaking new work in consultation with Wangkajunga and Walmajarri Elders, reaffirming Bangarra's place as the leading performing arts company for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
You can catch Sandsong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert at the Sydney Opera House from Friday, June 11 to Saturday, July 10.
For performance times and to grab tickets to this must-see new work, head here.
Images: Daniel Boud