Event Bloodland
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Venue Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide, SA
Umbrella Event Adelaide Festival of Arts 2012
First Date 8 March 2012
Last Date 10 March 2012
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description Bloodland is performed in the Yolngu language of Arnhem Land, with dance and ceremony, on an expressive set by Peter England with a broken wire fence and a floor scarred with tracks like the trails of mining trucks through the desert. It is partly a contemporary lovers' tragedy and partly a celebration of a community that lives in two cultures, the modern and the traditional.
Description Source Reviewer's Opinion
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Test Dance
Traditional
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
Subjects Indigenous Australian
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Kirk Page Assistant Director
Steve Francis Composer
Jennifer Irwin Costume Designer
Stephen Page Director
Damien Cooper Lighting Designer
Elaine Crombie Performer
Rarriwuy Hick Performer
Banula Marika Performer
Kathy Balngayngu Marika Performer
Milika Marika Performer
Nolene Marika Performer
David Page Performer
Hunter Page-Lochard Performer
Kelton Pell Performer
Tessa Rose Performer
Meyne Wyatt Performer
Ursula Yovich Performer
John Colvin Production Manager
Peter England Set Designer
Steve Francis Sound Designer
Wayne Blair Writer
Kathy Balngayngu Marika Writer
Stephen Page Writer
Works
Text Nationality Australia
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information Cast list differed between Adelaide Festival programme and the programme distributed at the performance.
Data Source
Source Description
Programme Programme distributed at performance
Web Adelaide Festival website
Event Identifier 107843