Written by David Milroy in association with Derek Nannup Directed by Ian Wilkes

Featuring Jessica Bridge, Ian Wilkes, Rubeun Yorkshire & Taylah Green

Kep Kaatijin makes its debut at the Subiaco Arts Centre for a limited six-show season in The Studio Theatre during the first week of the September/October School Holidays.

Kep Kaatijin (to understand water) is a collection of stories based on traditional Noongar knowledge and storytelling. These stories have been sourced from senior Noongar Elders and written by David Milroy in association with Derek Nannup.

From Mumung, the hungry whale, to Djitty Djitty, the angry willy wagtail, Kep Kaatijin will take young audiences on a fascinating and entertaining journey into traditional Noongar knowledge and storytelling. Through traditional and contemporary myths and legends, Kep Kaatijin brings to life stories from the waterways of the South West of Western Australia.

Assistant Producer: Shakara Walley
Set & Costume Designer: Matt McVeigh
Sound Designer: Scott Griffiths
Production Manager: Mike Nanning
Stage Manager: Rebecca Davidse

WHEN: 29 September - 2 October 2015

TIME: 11am & 2pm

VENUE: Subiaco Arts Centre 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco

Suitable for ages 4+

This program is supported by our Project Partners - Water Corporation & the City of Subiaco.