Mura Buai (Everyone, Everyone) | Ghenoa Gela & Force Majeure (AUS)
An engaging and thoughtful exploration of femininity, strength, identity and Torres Strait Islander culture, Mura Buai is an exciting new work infused with a sense of the past.
Performed by a group of dancers from different cultural background and choreographed by Ghenoa Gela in collaboration with Danielle Micich and the performers, this lively work uses stories and movement inspired by traditional practices as well as modern dance and sport.
A unique opportunity to discover a work by one of Australia's most promising choreographers, presented by Force Majeure.
- Mon 9 Apr 2018 — Wed 11 Apr 2018
- Mon 9 Apr, 04:00pm - 05:30pmTue 10 Apr, 04:00pm - 05:30pmWed 11 Apr, 04:00pm - 05:30pm
- Kurrawa Park, Broadbeach, Gold Coast
Old Burleigh Road
Broadbeach QLD 4218
- Accessibility information
Please refer to the detailed event information on the left for event-specific details on performances for The Whale’s Tale, The Lost Lending Library, Welcome to Sameville, Emil and the Detectives and The Listies Go For Bronze with Auslan translation.
Ghenoa Gela, Director
Danielle Micich, Dramaturg
Glenn Dulihanty, Production manager
Taryn Beatty, Darren Compton, Jacqueline Cornforth, Elle Evangelista, Berthalia Reuben, Ses Bero, Miranda Wheen, Performers
Force Majeure Team
Danielle Micich, Artistic director
Colm O’Callaghan, Executive producer
Nuala Furtado, Associate producer
Rhanda Mansour, Accounts manager
Alex Lalak, Marketing manager
Emma Murphy, Business manager
Georgia Mokak, Program assistant
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