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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Bangarra’s Dark Emu Is Beautiful, but Lacks the Punch of Its Source Material
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'Lights come up on an orb receding back in space, an echo perhaps taking us back in time, or into the cosmos, into the dreaming to the Emu in the Sky. Dancers, in groupings of three or five, move stage right to left, undulating up from the ground and wavering like kangaroo grass.' (Introduction)

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