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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 In Bangarra’s Ones Country, New Voices Show the Many Faces of Indigenous Australia
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'Bangarra, Australia’s preeminent Indigenous dance theatre, has to be one of the country’s hardest working companies. In 2017, its dancers prepared and performed six different works, giving 88 public performances around Australia and overseas (excluding corporate gigs).' (Introduction)

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