He’s exalted as the greatest playwright ever, but would William Shakespeare approve of a Māori spin on his masterpieces?
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An English play, "Mo and Jess Kill Susie," by Gary Henderson, has been translated into Māori, 'E kore a muri e hokia'. This initiative provides a platform for modern Māori language to be celebrated and heard in a theatrical setting.
13 years ago the famous Shakespeare play, The Merchant of Venice, was translated into Te Reo Māori and now as part of the Matariki celebrations, Romeo & Juliet will be performed entirely in te reo Māori.
Ngākau Toa's journey to show the Māori language adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Troilus and Cressida' at the world-renowned Globe Theatre in London has been documented in 'Road to the Globe'.