Urban Theatre Projects



M'ap Boulé

01 December —
04 December 2022
Home is where I lay
M'ap Boulé

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. Through a collaboration with Anthea Williams, Victoria Falconer-Pritchard, Mick Stuart and Kween G, Nancy weaves together song, poetry and spoken word, in the world premiere of this original live show.

Nancy combined the stories of the first black-led republic of Haiti and her own personal narrative, as a Haitian-Australian.

Written by Nancy Denis.


1-4 December 2022 (no shows on 3 December)

Duration - 65 minutes

Age Recommendation - 16 years and over

Content Warning – Mental health, adult themes and strong language


RS1, Bankstown Arts Centre, 5 Olympic Parade Bankstown


Lead Artist, Writer and Performer - Nancy Denis

Director - Anthea Williams

Musical Director-Victoria Falconer-Pritchard

Musician-Mick Stuart

Emcee- Kween G

Dramaturg- Liza-Mare Syron


Nancy Denis is a Haitian-Australian artist.  She has worked across stage, television and film including roles in The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe directed by Ros Horin, One the Bear for La Boite Theatre Company, Belvoir’s Sami In Paradise directed by Eamon Flack, ABC TV’s Clevermen and feature films The Great Gatsby (dir. Baz Luhrmann) and Truth (dir. James Vanderbilt).In 2017 she performed in Urban Theatre Project's (UTP) production Home Country in Blacktown. The following year she undertook a residency with the company with collaborator Kween G. Later that year, she was a featured artist in UTP’s festival Right Here. Right Now. In 2019, she was invited by the company to develop M’ap Boule - her first solo show.


Akil Ahamat



This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body

This project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW

This project is supported by the Crown Resorts Foundation and the Packer Family Foundation