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Exhale
 

Griffin Theatre Company presents EXHALE by Black Birds

How do we find the light within the dark? How do we cultivate beauty out of sorrow and begin to heal, for ourselves and one another?

Interdisciplinary and intercultural, Exhale is about indigeneity, accountability and trauma. It explores the relationships and boundaries forged between Indigenous cultures on foreign lands; negotiations between environmental and urban lifestyles; and the ability to heal through storytelling.

Exhale is the creation of Black Birds—the Sydney collective fast gaining kudos for energetic, uplifting performances that astutely dissect the female Black and Brown experience in Australia. Incorporating art forms including spoken word, movement, dance, song and story, Black Birds’ work is at once intimate and unexpected, challenging and empowering.

Image: Emele Ugavule

Created & Performed By Ayeesha Ash, Emele Ugavule

Season 9 – 13 April

Performance Times
Tuesday – Friday 7pm
Saturday 2pm & 7pm

Running Time
60 minutes

Tickets: $35

Development supported by Next Wave and the City of Melbourne through Arts House

 

 

Venue: SBW Stables Theatre, 10 Nimrod St, Kings Cross
Dates: Tuesday 09 April 2019 – Saturday 13 April 2019
Bookings: Box Office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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