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|Fri 28 Sep ’12, 8:00pm–9:00pm||
|Sat 29 Sep ’12, 7:00pm–8:00pm||
Where: Blackall House, Newcomen Street, Newcastle, Newcastle CBD
Restrictions: All Ages
- Admission: Free
Event listed by: janegrimley
Minangkabau emotions, turns of music and the swift movement of plates are moulded into a new piece of choreography: Ran-Ta U. Candlelight and the sound of plates brushing against the floor create the a ritualistic atmosphere. Witness the unique combination of contemporary and traditional Minangkabau movements in Ran-Ta U.
Part of Crack Theatre Festival 2012:
A blistering four days of live art, contemporary circus, dance, physical theatre, puppetry, spoken word, experimental film events and everything that falls between the cracks. Now in it's fourth year, Crack is a launching pad for brave new works of contemporary performance and theatre. Crack is intriguing, entertaining and best of all, it’s free.
Presenting over 40 events across the four days, Crack champions new ideas, practice and dialogue within the Australian Arts culture. In addition to our regular program of performances, installations and panels, this year Crack also encompasses experimental film events and our brand new Masterclass series led by some of Australia’s most impressive professional artists. And still everything is free and open for the public to attend!