Drawing on ceremony and a connection to the world’s oldest living culture, The Dreaming Project is a rich storytelling movement led by First Nations creatives. Bringing together circus performance, projection art, lighting, dance and traditional practices, this promenade performance seeks to honour ancestry and represent the beginning of Country. Be transported 17 – 20 November.
Looking for another love letter to home? Lele is a story of family, honour and the motherland. Part Samoan siva and part drill rap concert, this readaptation of Sophocles’ Antigone is a fierce exploration of the immigrant experience in Australia. Performances showing 24 – 26 November.
Image credit: Photo of Uncle Larry Walsh by Danielle Rodriguez, 2022