Mirramu Dance Company is a contemporary
dance company that presents work in both
traditional and alternative venues. It
was co-founded in 2002 by artistic director
Elizabeth Cameron Dalman and assistant
director Vivienne Rogis. The company
receives its name from Mirramu Creative
Arts Centre, which is situated on Weereewa/Lake
George, Bungendore, New South Wales.
Much of the company's work is of an
interdisciplinary and cross-cultural
nature with significant community involvement.
Since 2002 Mirramu has staged a large
number of productions, including
WWW - Water, Water, Water
Dance Loop One (2002),
Crossing Tracks (2002) and
Crossing Tracks II (2003)
in collaboration with Grace Hsiao Dance
Theatre of Tapei, and
Red Sun, Red Earth (2003)
a collaborative production with the Spirit
of the Land Foundation, Ananguku Arts
and Culture Aboriginal Corporation and
the Mobius Kiryuho Institute, Japan.
Information on more recent productions
is available via the company's website,
available as a link at the top of this
Mirramu's repertoire also includes contemporary
dance works created by Elizabeth Cameron
Dalman during her time as artistic director
of the Australian Dance Theatre between
1965 and 1975.