HotHouse Theatre’s Aboriginal ensemble Black Border present Hacting at the Butter Factory Theatre, Monday, December 5

FLYING: HotHouse Theatre's Black Border ensemble member Mark Delphin is part of the cast performing Hacting at the Butter Factory Theatre on Monday, December 5.

FLYING: HotHouse Theatre's Black Border ensemble member Mark Delphin is part of the cast performing Hacting at the Butter Factory Theatre on Monday, December 5.

HotHouse Theatre’s Aboriginal theatre ensemble, Black Border, will present its new show, Hacting, on Monday.

Hacting includes song and dance, ranging from comedy to horror and politics, devised by the six ensemble actors – Tahlia Biggs, Isaiah Carney, Mark Delphin, Kyson Edwards, Tiffany Ward and Ezekiel Wighton.

Black Border Theatre coordinator Bobby Whybrow said the ensemble worked with HotHouse teaching artist Alyson Evans to devise a piece for NAIDOC week that was well received.

“They’ve been working each week on this new work, developing a show that will be highly entertaining, and will include audience participation,” he said.

Black Border Theatre was established in 2012 as a vehicle for young aspiring Aboriginal performers to be given opportunities to write, devise, design, compose and acquire theatre technical skill.

The show is directed by Anni Gifford and is on 7pm, December 5, at the Butter Factory Theatre, Lincoln Causeway Wodonga.

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