Djurra | NORPA
NORPA presents the premiere of their new Generator production
about the show
Mamoonh, a Bundjalung revolutionary fatigued by war, hears the lament of his mother Gammi as she conjures the wind. As the wind gathers into a force, Mammoth returns to Bundjalung country to attend to his dying father with his wife and two sons, only to find there is war afire on his very own country.
Mamoonh realises he must urgently invoke the magic of ancient Bundjalung customs to guide his sons through lore in order to heal the trauma of the past, make sense of the present, and to envision a future.
Told through a series of vignettes, strong physicality and First Nation voices with themes of magic realism, we see Mamoonh transition into a law man, guiding his sons from boys to men, follower to leaders. Djurra – the magic is here, the magic is now.
creative team and cast
Written by Romaine Morton
Directed by Kirk Page
Music by Lou Bennett
bar and diner
The Bank Cafe Diner will be open from 6pm. They will be offering main meals, share plates and desserts. (There will always be vegetarian and gluten free options available). The seasonal menu will be confirmed one week before the performance date.
Lismore City Hall has indoor and outdoor dining options.
Our licensed bar will be open from 6pm, and also during and after the show. Drinks purchased from the bar are permitted inside the theatre. Sorry, no BYO.
Recommended 15 years+
Duration is 60 minutes (no interval).
Senior/Concession/Groups 4+ $41
Under 25 $25
Senior/Concession/Groups 4+ $37
Under 25 $20
Allocated seating (numbered tickets).
Please note there is a $3.30 booking fee per transaction (not per ticket) for all ticket purchases.
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Our Community Partners on Djurra are:
Gulingah Local Aboriginal Land Council
Bundjalung Elders Council
The Northern Rivers Conservatorium
Djurra is a Bundjalung creation story that has its origins in NORPA’s Three Brothers project. However in this reiteration, we follow the journey of one brother, Mamoonh.