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    21 January 2015  

Founders | Liza-Mare Syron, Frederick Copperwaite, Lily Shearer

 
Company in Conversation – Moogahlin Performing Arts

 
Recording from the Australian Theatre Forum 2015, where
David Williams talked to the team, including Andrea James.
Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre, 21 January 2015.
     
   
    Moogahlin Performing Arts  

Moogahlin Performing Arts was formed in Redfern in November 2007 by a group of Indigenous theatre artists, educators and community workers in honour of the late Kevin Smith's request and in memory of the founding members of the Black Theatre.

Moogahlin is based at the Redfern Community Centre in the Block in the heart of the local Redfern Indigenous comnmunity. It aims to create and tell community-based stories, develop a comprehensive youth theatre program and mount large scale main stage productions. Moogahlin supports both emerging and established Indigenous theatre artists, nurturing work created, developed and performed by Indigenous people for Indigenous people.

Moogahlin is a Bundjalung word meaning to play or fool around.

     
   
    Yellamundie Playwrighting Festival 2013  
     
   
    Moogahlin Performing Arts  

Moogahlin Performing Arts - news from Lily Shearer

Current mood:  awake
Category: Theatre

Moogahlin received their Incorporation Certificate on Friday 22nd May, 2009, hooray the first Black Theatre in Redfern since the 1970s...they are working out of RCC until they get a premises through the CoS accommodation grants program and are hoping it will be Waterloo Library.  They don't have a worker as such just a volunteer committee but are now eligible to appy for a full-time Arts Worker. They have have applied for funding for a Project Manager for Gathering Ground 2010 and will know shortly if they have been successful.

 

We look forward to more news soon....

 

It is AWESOME to know they're in start up mode because its been sum years since Sydney had a tru blakstage company.

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DEADLY BLAKFULLAS

     
   
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