Come join us for an evening of magic and wonder under the stars as we relaunch Jack’s Place – a story from the Worimi Dreaming. Aboriginal dancers, shadow screens, video projections, and giant illuminated puppets combine in this inspiring tale for a winters night.

A collaboration between Curious Legends and the Newcastle Worimi mob, this is a large scale outdoor performance with food trucks, hot drinks, family activities, and even a chance to join in with the show. On the night you can create shadow puppets, learn how to make a traditional crab pot, join a dance workshop with the Bloodline Sista Girls, play theatre games with artists from Curious Legends, and even join us in the performance!

Through honoring elders of the past and embracing traditions of the present, Jack’s Place will transport kids of all ages on a journey through the Dreaming…

Details:

Date: Saturday, June 22
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Venue: Shed 11 Collective, 50 Clyde Street, Hamilton North
Cost: $15 full / $12 concession
Tickets: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/87457
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/644656112606611/

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Artistic Team

Debbie Dates – Aboriginal artist
Warren Towers – Aboriginal maker & story contributions
Theresa Dargin – welcome to country & smoking ceremony
Tammy Towers – Aboriginal dance and choreography
Bloodline Sista Girls – Aboriginal dancers
John Robinson – didgeridoo soundtrack
Zackari Watt – sound & video
Emmie Collins – giant stingray maker
Conor Fox – making, animation, and puppetry
Michaela Bedel – puppetry & performance
Nashariah Reese – puppetry, performance, and kids leader
Ned Connor – puppetry, performance, and kids leader
Mitchell Reese (Puppet) – Artistic Director, puppetry, & music

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