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The Australian Ballet presents Wilaygu Ngayinybula - Possum's Two Minds

CANCELLED: This live performance has been cancelled. The Australian Ballet will continue to deliver student workshops at Greater Shepparton Secondary College and plan to deliver the performance in a digital format. We will notify the public if/when that takes place.

The Australian Ballet presents Wilaygu Ngayinybula - Possum's Two Minds

Quick Info

When:
23 October 2020 at 4:00pm
Where:
Riverlinks Eastbank - 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton
Cost:
Free event, no bookings required.

Choreographer: Ella Havelka
Composer: Tristan Field
Designer: Peggy Jackson
Costume Design: Christie Milton

Wilay has two minds. One is cheeky, fun and creative. The other is smart, serious and sharp. Both minds have their place but Wilay gets into trouble when cheeky mind decides to hibernate in the dry season.

Without the balance of both minds, Wilay starts to feel unhappy and weighed down by the serious mind. But Wilay need only remember that all seasons pass.

This program is supported by the Fairley Foundation and Riverlinks Venues.

For more information
Contact: Riverlinks Box Office: 03 5832 9511
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