Burning Daylight

Marrugeku | 4 - 7 November

It’s Karaoke night, Broome style, where country meets hip hop meets Japanese love song. Closing time and they take it outside. A lone cowboy blows into town, stirring its ghosts for a long and wild night, as past and present dance it out on the street.

This is explosive yet haunting dance theatre from Broome-based indigenous and intercultural company Marrugeku; choreographed by Serge Aimé Coulibaly (ex Les Ballets C de la B) with Marrugeku’s Dalisa Pigram, featuring film by Warwick Thornton (Samson & Delilah), with a cast including Trevor Jamieson (Ngapartji Ngapartji) & Sermsah Bin Saad (So You Think You Can Dance).

  • Director Rachael Swain
    Choreographer Serge Aimé Coulibaly
    Assistant Choreographer Dalisa Pigram
    Designer Joey Ruigrok van der Werven
    Cinematographer Warwick Thornton
    Dramaturgy Josephine Wilson & David Pledger
    Costume Designer Stephen Curtis
    Lighting Designer Geoff Cobham
    Musical Director Matthew Fargher
    With songs by Amanda Brown

  • Performers/Devisers Trevor Jamieson, Dalisa Pigram, Owen Maher, Sermsah Bin Saad, Antonia Djiagween, Yumi Umiumare, Kathy Cogill
    Musicians /Composers Dazastah, Lorrae Coffin & Justin Gray

  • Location

    Russell Square
    James Street, Northbridge

  • Dates & Times

    Wednesday 4 – Saturday 7 November
    7.30pm

  • Tickets

    $25 Full
    $20 Art Addicts
    $18 Concession