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Exhale

Black Birds explore the relationships and boundaries forged between Indigenous cultures on foreign lands.

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Exhale

Date: 11 Mar 2019

How do we find the light within the dark? How do we cultivate beauty out of trauma 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 – a Sydney collective fast gaining kudos for energetic, uplifting performances that astutely dissect the female Black and Brown experience in Australia.

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Griffin 2019: Speaking to the influencers
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SeasonGriffin Theatre Company, Kings Cross, Sydney 22 Feb - 19 Dec 2019

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