Dance Clan 3 is remarkably rich
The Australian
All the dancers were superb, a true ensemble of beauty
Nala...had a joyous Bran Nue Dae atmosphere... with a pulsating, vibrant soundscape. It had some wonderful choreography
Macq is full of extraordinary strong images and performances...unforgettable
Sydney Morning Herald
Deborah Brown...has created a little gem of a film
Sydney Morning Herald
Yolande Brown's a final gesture of great simplicity and wealth of meaning
The Australian
Few major arts organisations can so successfully bring past and present together so meaningfully, movingly or with such integrity.

Bangarra presented Dance Clan 3 as a part of Corroboree Sydney, a new production commissioned by Artistic Director Stephen Page, choreographed by four of the company’s women artists Deborah Brown, Yolande Brown, Tara Gower and Jasmin Sheppard.

From the luminescent Torres Strait and the turquoise waters of Cable Beach in Western Australia, to the lands of the central desert and the place we call Sydney, Dance Clan 3 explores diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander story lines.

Dance Clan 3 was presented by Bangarra as a part of Corroboree Sydney.

Artistic Director Stephen Page
Choreography Deborah Brown, Yolande Brown, Tara Gower, Jasmin Sheppard
Music David Page
Set Design Jacob Nash
Costume Design Jennifer Irwin
Lighting Design Matt Cox

2013 Corroboree Sydney season – Bangarra Studio Theatre, Walsh Bay

Corroboree Sydney is a national festival for all Australians that celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in the heart of Sydney. To find out more about Corroboree Sydney visit their website and subscribe to their e-news and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.