Bangarra Dance Theatre launches a new digital channel showcasing its acclaimed productions and offering glimpses into the often-unseen layers of exploration that make them.
Building on the incredible success of the recent digital streaming of multi-award winning work Bennelong, Nandhu (‘to be close’ in Wiradjuri language) will offer a series of curated programs, headlined by a selection of the company’s works, available for audiences to watch from their own homes.
Through Nandhu, each work will be presented alongside a series of interviews, behind the scenes features and excerpts, in a guided journey through some of Bangarra’s most iconic productions.
The series will offer a deeper look into the creative life cycle of Bangarra’s works and the often-unseen layers of exploration that form the bedrock of these stunning productions.
The first work to be explored through Nandhu will be the 2012 Helpmann award-winning production Terrain.
Inspired by the timeless beauty of Kati Thanda (Lake Eyre) in South Australia, Terrain explores the relationship between Indigenous people and Country, and illustrates how landscape can become a second skin.
Nandhu will be available from Thursday May 7 at this link.