1€ per sold ticket will be donated to a family in Haiti working within the community.
Age Recommendation: 16 years and older
Content: Mental Health, adult themes and strong language
M’ap Boulé – Home is where I lay is a play with songs telling the story of a child of immigrant parents growing up in Australia finding her identity. It explores the story of the first black-led republic of Haiti and the personal narrative of a Haitian-Australian woman living on Gadigal land in Waterloo.
‘M’ap Boulé’ translated to English means ‘I’m on fire’ in Haitian Creole, a language that was developed during the Haitian Revolution in 1804.
Written by Nancy Denis and directed by Hilton Denis, M’ap Boulé features original music composed by Carl St Jacques with lyrics by Nancy Denis.
Lead Artist, Writer and Performer – Nancy Denis
Director – Hilton Denis
Composer, Musical Director and Musician – Carl St. Jacques
Designer – Maitê Inaê
Cinematographer – Akil Ahamat
Editor – Akil Ahamat
Lighting Designer – Justin Phan
Dramaturg – Liza-Mare Syron
Writing Consultant – Winnie Dunn
Studio Producer (Music) – Dan Nave
Sound Engineer – Michael Toisuta
Camera Operators – Murli Dhir and Andy Lysle
Design Assistant – Gemma Rizzo
Follow Spot Operator and Venue Technician – Amber Silk
M’ap Boulé was commissioned and produced by Utp.
Utp is based in Bankstown (Australia) and re-imagines what art can be, and who it can be for.
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