Sometimes a theatre production pops up out of nowhere and becomes a phenomenon.
The Wāhine Works production of Waiora: Te-ū-kai-po (The Homeland) began as a class assessment for students at Whangarei Girls’ High School and grew into a three season smash hit in Whangarei and, when Don Brash came, a national news story.
Now Wāhine Works, in association with Whangarei Girls’ High School, is excited and honoured to bring to Wellington Hone Kouka’s vivid depiction of the urban migration of Māori.
“Waiora is powerful.” – NORTHERN ADVOCATE
Wāhine Works presents Waiora: Te-ū-kai-po (The Homeland) written by Hone Kouka and directed by William Walker. Featuring Leihana Shelford-Tito, Phoenix Karatiana, Zahra Cherrington-Irving, Kasey Harder, Ngarimu Wyatt, Tracey King, Hana Gilbert, Kayah Thompson, Mollie Jacobson, Meg Robinson, Jerome Tamihana Northcroft and Jurney Blair.
WELLINGTON SEASON | PUBLIC PERFORMANCES | HANNAH PLAYHOUSE
7.30PM | WEDS 01 – SAT 09 JUNE 2018
6.30PM | SUN 03 & TUES 05 JUNE
Full Price $29 | Concession Price $25 | Group 6+ $25 | Schools $15
To Be Advised *Service fees may apply.
Performance duration: One hour + 55 minutes (incl. interval).
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