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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Kep Kaatijin
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Kep Kaatijin (which in Noongar means 'to understand water') is the second instalment in a trilogy of productions centred around Noongar language and culture. The collection of stories contained within Kep Kaatijin have been sourced from senior Noongar Elders and adapted by Derek Nannup and David Milroy. From Mumung, the hungry whale, to Djitty Djitty, the angry willy wagtail, Kep Kaatijin will take young audiences on a fascinating and entertaining journey into traditional Noongar knowledge and storytelling.

Production Details

  • Directed by Derek Nannup Co-created with Mathew McVeigh (Designer) Featuring Destini Simmons, Amy Smith, Ian Wilkes
  • Derek Nannup takes the helm in the second instalment in the Kaatijin trilogy. Through traditional and contemporary myths and legends, Kep Kaatijin brings to life stories from the waterways of the South West of Western Australia.

    Suitable for audiences aged 4+

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First known date: 2013
      2013 .
      Series: Kaatijin Series Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company , 2013 series - publisher drama Kaatijin series is for families and younger audiences. Kep Kaatijin was about understanding water and Kaarla Kaatijin about understanding fire, Boodjar Kaatijin incorporates live music with storytelling to share Noongar understanding of the Earth and country. Number in series: 1
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  • Southwest Western Australia, Western Australia,
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