Neon Corroboree

Neon Corroboree Melbourne Fringe 2019
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Time Out says

This live installation and performance melds together the ancient and the contemporary

How much do you really know about the Country you live on? Do you know its history, story and the spirits that you’re living alongside? This show produced by Amos Roach (the son of music legend Archie Roach) aims to connect us back with ghost stories from the Kulin Nation, using dance, stories, song and installation. Expect the ancient to merge with the contemporary as dancers in neon body paint tell the stories of Douligahs and Bunyips in Kings Domain for two nights of Melbourne Fringe.


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