Posts Tagged "Waradah dance Troup"

Waradah Performers Receive Training From Former Member of Bangarra Dance Theatre

Waradah Performers Receive Training From Former Member of Bangarra Dance Theatre

Amy Hammond is a proud Gamilaroi woman. She is also a woman guided by her cultural heritage and passion for Aboriginal theatre. ‘Telling our stories our way is important to me.’ – Amy Hammond Amy’s background is in Theatre Stage Production, studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, completing a Bachelor in Production and Design.  She has since worked with such Theatre companies as Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company in Perth and more recently, the prestigious Bangarra Dance Theatre and the Sydney Theatre Company, where she worked on various touring productions. Her...

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In Memorium – Lewis Cole

In Memorium – Lewis Cole

In memory of Lewis Coe: son, uncle, nephew and Binghi (brother) to many of us. Lewy, as we called him was a member of Waradah’s dance group. A Wiradjuri Man. He was a joy to be with, sharing in dance, stories, camps and ceremonies. He was also one of the best didgeridoo players the centre has ever had. Our time with our Binghi and friend shall be remembered fondly by us at Waradah Aboriginal...

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