With Irwin's attractive costumes and David Page's electronic music transposed for orchestra, plus Jacob Nash's evocatively simple set design, Page enjoys great support from his collaborators, including the ballet dancers, who admirably adapt to his grounded style.
The Age
Flowing sensuous movement infused with a strong ensemble sensibility
Page’s ballet was immediately captivating and seamlessly traced the passage of one night in a desert landscape, from evening star to morning star.
The Bangarra dancers performed with their usual, beautifully rehearsed ensemble work with striking performances from Elma Kris and Waangenga Blanco representing Full Moon. 
Brisbane Times

In celebration of The Australian Ballet’s 50th anniversary, Stephen Page leads a collaboration between Bangarra and The Australian Ballet with the creation of his new work Warumuk – in the dark night as part of the Ballet’s Infinity program. While past works Alchemy (1996) and Rites (1997) fused ballet with Indigenous themes, this is the first time the two companies have been immersed in the creation of a contemporary Indigenous cultural experience.

Dancers from both companies will join together in a seamless creative process inspired by Aboriginal culture. From the evening star to the morning star, the myths that resonate within the night sky will be expressed from a contemporary perspective.

A commissioned score by multi-talented composer David Page provides a rich mix of soundscape and orchestral instruments celebrating the resilience of Aboriginal songs and languages.

Choreography Stephen Page
Music David Page
Set Design Jacob Nash
Costume Design Jennifer Irwin
Lighting Design Padraig O Suilleabhain

2012 Tour with The Australian Ballet – Melbourne, Sydney, New York