A dancer from the Bangarra Dance Theatre performs a scene from their show TERRAIN at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Tuesday, July 17, 2012. The Aboriginal dance troupe's show is a fusion of contemporary dance and traditional story telling.

The Week In Culture (PHOTOS)

A dancer from the Bangarra Dance Theatre performs a scene from their show TERRAIN at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Tuesday, July The Aboriginal dance troupe's show is a fusion of contemporary dance and traditional story telling.

A dancer from the Bangarra Dance Theatre performs a scene from their show TERRAIN at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Tuesday, July 17, 2012. The Aboriginal dance troupe's show is a fusion of contemporary dance and traditional story telling.

The Week In Culture (PHOTOS)

A dancer from the Bangarra Dance Theatre performs a scene from their show TERRAIN at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Tuesday, July The Aboriginal dance troupe's show is a fusion of contemporary dance and traditional story telling.

Aboriginal theatre. Australia.

Aboriginal theatre. Australia.

Aboriginal theatre. Australia.

Aboriginal theatre. Australia.

Program Launch! | Publish Date: 7 Nov 2012

Program Launch! | Publish Date: 7 Nov 2012

Jack Charles by Roderick McNicol

NPG hosts the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize. Image here is the 2012 winning work by Rod McNicol, with a portrait of Jack Charles.

Aboriginal dance: Triple the original edge Dance Theatre

Aboriginal dance: Triple the original edge Dance Theatre

Aboriginal dance: Triple the original edge Dance Theatre

Aboriginal dance: Triple the original edge Dance Theatre

“Shadow King” is Aboriginal Australian Take on King Lear | A Great Feast of Languages in The Shakespeare Standard by Colleen Kennedy:   Malthouse Theatre & Melbourne Festival will present The Shadow King, an Aboriginal take on King Lear from October 11-27 at the Merlyn Theatre. Set in modern northern Australia, this production depicts Lear’s royal family and Gloucester’s noble line as two Indigenous families. The play will be performed in English and Kriol languages.

“Shadow King” is Aboriginal Australian Take on King Lear

Yirri Yarkin Aboriginal Theatre company- Penny has contacts!

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and Olympic partner Woodside are proud to announce our invitation by Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to translate Shakespeare's sonn.

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