Indigenous-themed show shines light on theatre

Neveiah ParraviciniHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Centre staff Leni Mosne, Benjamin Gervasi, Tanya Cherubino and Cassie Curulli are excited for the show.
Camera IconCentre staff Leni Mosne, Benjamin Gervasi, Tanya Cherubino and Cassie Curulli are excited for the show. Credit: Picture: Neveiah Parravicini

Harvey’s exciting theatre scene continues to grow and on Sunday will host a spectacular Indigenous performance for all ages.

Djuki Mala ties Indigenous culture with recognisable songs and scenes from the Western world.

The family-friendly show will tour about 20 venues across WA and will be the third major theatre production since the COVID-19 lockdown.

Centre manager David Marshall said this show was a perfect fit for the community.

“This promotes diversity and has a very powerful storyline,” Mr Marshall said.

“It has big movie scenes with an Indigenous spin.”

Mr Marshall said having shows in the regions would prevent people from having to travel to bigger cities to access the arts.

The show is one of many vibrant productions scheduled for the new $380,000 theatre in Harvey.

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