Presented by The Blue Room Theatre



31 Jan - 4 Feb

  • AGES


    Approx. 70mins

It's time to move

Get that blood pumping. Catch five different movement and dance short works curated and mentored by Janine Oxenham in the one cardio session. The talent of Western Australia’s vibrant and dynamic dance artists will be showcased in the Theatre, transforming both space and body for a nightly program of rigorous and innovative movement performance. 

Lineup coming soon …

About 600 SECONDS

After some time off, Boorloo’s favourite short works program, 600 SECONDS, will return to Summer Nights in 2023! This training ground for performance will put makers through their paces to create and present a 10-minute piece. There are three (training) programs to choose from: storytelling and theatre in HIIT, dance with MOVEMOVEMOVE, and experimental anything and everything in between late-night spots in AFTER HOURS. Take your pick or try all three. 

About the Curator – Janine Oxenham

Janine Oxenham is a Malgana Yamatji woman from the Shark Bay area in WA. She has studied dance at both NAISDA college, NSW and WAAPA, WA.

She has choreographed and performed as a freelance contemporary Indigenous dancer for numerous festivals in regional WA. In 2015 she mounted the work Willy Willy as part of the Ausdance’s Future Landings project. She has facilitated community dance groups and performed as part of the core crew for the travelling festival Gascoyne in May for the past 9 years.

More Recently, Janine has worked as Movement Director and choreographer for Yirra Yaakin (YY) and Perth Festival productions of Hecate and Panawathi Girl. She is currently working on various independent projects including working on telling stories of the Gondwana link with Annette Carmichael Projects, Josh Pether’s experimental durational work The Reckoning and her own work Contours, created of and for Country of the Gascoyne.

Image by Nicolee Fox

  • Curator and Mentor

    Janine Oxenham