Mimi explores the relationship between humans and the spirit world. It is a metaphorical journey which takes place over a single night where spirits and humans meet at significant points through time. Performed by five stilt dancers, three traditional Kunwinjku dancers, three Kunwinjku musicians and with narrations by storyman Thompson Yulidjirri.
Buru tells traditional stories including Janyju—the Red Lizard story as told by Karajarri elder and Yawuru language specialist Doris Edgar and Walmanyjun—the Greedy Turtle story as told by Yawuru/Jabirr Jabirr elder Cissy Djiagween.
Burning Daylight is a multimedia production incorporating contemporary dance, film, live music and karaoke! The project combines the unique performance style of Western Australian Indigenous dancers and musicians with Malaysian martial arts, and the company’s visual and acrobatic performance language.
Crying baby is an intercultural performance weaving contemporary, historical and dreaming stories from western Arnhem land. The work is spun around an orphan dreaming and its resonance with the legacy of Mr Watson, the first white man in Arnhem land. These stories are told by Thompson Yulidijirri and interpreted by The Marrugeku Company in its stunning fusion of contemporary and traditional performance styles.