A MaKom Collective production in association with NORPA

ERA was made slowly throughout the last year as four dance artists lived through 2020 along with everybody else, continuing to create and respond to the changes and the upheavals of a world in struggle. 

The 2019 bushfires set the tone for the beginning of the piece in a layered image of black for the forests and also for the inheritance of ancestors from bygone eras. Affected and interrupted as the journey traverses emotional bonds, emerging and dissolving into fierce and often obtuse images of longing and desire.

MaKom Collective dig deep into their collective history and current beliefs to devise a work that shimmers in intensity discovering dystopian histories for women which no longer fit, and a longing for nature that is always present.


creative team

Performed and devised by  Alona Rosenberg, Kimberley McIntyre, Meggie Danielson, and Noa Rotem
Sound Design  Ohad Rein
Lighting Consultant  Rich Morrod
Choreographic Consultant  Anat Greenberg
Design Consultant  Charlotte Haywood
Dramaturgical Support  Julian Louis



A profoundly honest, raw and captivating journey….a privilege to witness.” – audience member

I was drawn into their world, each of the dancers in her way reminded me of some parts of my own story. Whatever happens on the stage  is alive and that made me feel a part of a collective feminine power.”  – audience member

From the timeless space of the opening image  through the journey of those 4 women I joined every part of the ride and loved it.”  – audience member

Poetic, moving and beautiful. MaKom Collective are an incredibly talented group of dancers who weave magic in the space. I loved their show!” -audience member

The show reflected back to me the last few months in a way that enabled me to process my own experiences.” – audience member


patron advice

Recommended for ages 10+


Adult  $30
Senior/Concession/Groups 4+  $25
Under 25  $20

Allocated seating (numbered tickets).


The good times start long before the curtain is raised. You can eat, drink and make it a proper might out with live music in the courtyard before every show and the NORPA Bar and Diner open for dinner and drinks from 6pm.

Specialising in local, fresh produce, Secret Chef create completely new menus for each season show taking influences from modern Australian, Asian, Mediterranean, European, USW and South American cuisine.

Pre-order your dinner when purchasing your tickets, or if you have your tickets already add dinner to your booking here.


Mains – $15
Caribbean beef curry, rice, herbs GF / DF


Moroccan chickpea, pumpkin, rice, herbs  GF / DF

Dessert – $10
Lime and coconut flan, gin and tonic caramel  GF


Image by Vanessa Kellas