Patyegarang

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Patyegarang
'Patyegarang' is part of a series of films from Bangarra Dance Theatre Australia. Choreographed by Artistic Director Stephen Page, Patyegarang was first presented as part of Bangarra's 25th anniversary in…
Interview with Artistic Director: Stephen Page
'Interview with Artistic Director: Stephen Page' is part of a series of films from Bangarra Dance Theatre Australia. Choreographed by Artistic Director Stephen Page, Patyegarang was first presented as part…

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Patyegarang had been lingering in my mind for a long time and as the company turns 25 this year, I wanted to take the opportunity to pay homage to the land on which we have gathered and created dance theatre works since 1989 – the Eora nation; the place we now call Sydney.
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