Funny, deep, dark and delightful.
Written by the powerful author of Cellfish Miriama McDowell, along with Fiona Graham and Denyce Su’a, this play has a rich, authentic New Zealand voice.
Three smart and sassy characters are navigating their future, traversing the many pitfalls of being young women in today’s world. They’re doing it with the help of each other, and some unexpected assistance.
This contemporary and gutsy piece of theatre will take you on a whirlwind of a journey.
Ka Mua, Ka Muri.
Navigating our future, holding the past in our sight.
Tipping into the unknown..
We gaze ahead. We survey the landscape.
We Carry in our bones those before us.
Directed by Kura Forrester and Sam Scott
Design by Micheal McCabe. Lighting by Jane Hakaraia
Cast: Akinehi Munroe, Celeste De-Freitas, Ebony Andrew, Georgia Menhennet and Melanie Thachankary
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Put a hold on tickets, or place a confirmed booking for your school for the matinee performance..
Friday 7 September, 11 am
Cost per seat $11.50
Friday 7 September, 7pm
Performances are followed by an optional 20-30 minute post show forum. A chance for you to meet the company and continue the conversation with us.