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Brisbane Festival and Metro Arts present

Weredingo

3 - 11 Sept

Past Event
Weredingo

Karul’s signature contemporary dance style and humour will challenge what you think you know about shapeshifting.

World Premiere

Karul Projects

Come in, grab a biccy and a cuppa. All shapes and kinds are accepted here, this is a safe space - but not your usual support group.

Weredingo brings you a fictional world where shapeshifters are hunted for their duality, meeting in secret to safely shift into their animal forms and congregate with their feathered or furry brethren.

This powerful new dance-theatre work combines storytelling with Karul Project’s distinctive contemporary dance style and a dash of humour. Led by a First Nations team, this story is brought to life alongside beautiful animations by Jake Duczynski of Studio Hackett and projection by Wirrim Studios.

If you’re ready to join the support group, wear your animal loud and proud. Whether fur, fleece or feathers, beaks, claws or tails - all animals and outfits are welcome!


Price

$35 - $42 + Booking fee

Times

Preview: Fri 3 Sept, Sat 4 Sept 7:30pm
Tue - Sat 7:30pm
Sat 11 Sept 1:30pm

Duration

50 minutes

Where

New Benner Theatre,
Metro Arts ›

West Village
97 Boundary St,
West End QLD 4101

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

Assistive listening systems available

Important Info

Recommended 12+

Occasional coarse language

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"Terrifically entertaining work."

Dance Australia
on SILENCE by Karul Projects

"Bold and uncompromising"

Richard Bell
on SILENCE by Karul Projects

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Karul Projects

Karul Projects

A performing arts company sharing stories of cultural relevance, Indigenous knowledge and responsibility. Karul entwine Indigenous and non-Indigenous elements to emulate universal themes, allowing their work to transcend race, sex and social standing.


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Where

Metro Arts ›
West Village
97 Boundary Street,
West End QLD 4101

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