Karul Projects

Presented by Metro Arts and Brisbane Festival

Karul’s signature sharp movement and humour will challenge what you think you know about shapeshifting.

Bones break, blood boils and bodies morph as the dingo howls deep into the night. Always watching, the wedge-tailed eagle carries generational knowledge on its wingspan. A colony of jittery ants explore new terrain, peering into every nook and cranny. And the Lyre, bird imitating art? Or appropriating its true purpose. Can you relate?

Come in, grab a biccy and a cuppa. All shapes and kinds are accepted here, this is a safe space and not your usual support group.

Through Karul’s signature sharp movement, combined with text, song and projections, they challenge what you think you know about shapeshifting.

If you’re ready to join the support group, wear your animal loud and proud. Dress in your fur, fleece or feathers; your beaks, claws or tails. All animal outfits are welcome whether it be cloaks, coats, make up, or masks.



Fri 3 – Sat 11 Sep, 2021

Previews 3 & 4 September, 2021


Tue – Sat 7:30pm
Sat 11 Sep 1:30 pm+ 7:30pm


New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $42 + booking fee
Concession $35 + booking fee
Previews $35 + booking fee
Groups 6+
$35 + booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased


50 mins


Recommended for ages 12+

Image by Mick Richards


Thomas E.S. Kelly – Director/Choreographer
Taree Sansbury – Rehearsal Director/Performer
Benjin Maza – Performer
Selene Cochrane – Costume Designer
Sam Pankhurst – Sound Designer
Chloe Ogilvie – Lighting Designer
Isaac Drandic – Dramaturg
BlakDance – Producer


Brisbane Festival is an initiative of the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council. Weredingo is produced by BlakDance and is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, the City of Melbourne through Arts House, and was developed in the CultureLAB program with the assistance of Creative Victoria. Weredingo has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body and is supported by BlakDance, through BlakForm. BlakForm is funded through Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative. Weredingo has also received support from Queensland Theatre.


We take the safety of our patrons, staff and artists seriously. Metro Arts is operating in line with current Queensland Government guidelines and the Stage QLD COVIDSafe Industry Plan. If you are unwell, please refrain from attending events at Metro Arts. Maintaining physical distancing requirements is expected and is the individuals responsibility. Click here for more information.