“Plastic Māori, urban Māori, wrong Māori, tūturu Maori – what?” Two girls explore what the contemporary wahine Māori looks like today.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 to Saturday, April 21, 2018, 7:30 PM Category - Rangatahi Season.
They try to make sense of their unique and increasingly complex identities, discuss their whānau, friends and tell stories about the conflict and aroha in their lives.

Beneath Skin and Bone is a devised theatre event that is deeply rooted in the whenua. A contemporary take on the passing of mātauranga Māori and the teachings of tikanga.

Directed by Neenah Dekkers-Reihana and performed by sisters, Trae and Tial Te Wiki, Beneath Skin and Bone is a dark comedy that can’t be missed. Buy Tickets
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