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  1. Video for “It's important for Māori to not be whakamā about these places... but to claim them as ours” - Rawiri Paratene
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    “It's important for Māori to not be whakamā about these places... but to claim them as ours”- Rawiri Paratene

    The works of Arts Laureate Briar Grace-Smith have been staged at festivals throughout the world. As part of the Matariki Festival 2017, one of her classic tales, When Sun and Moon Collide, will take the stage at ASB Waterfront Theatre. 

  2. Video for New play with all female cast takes play back to its roots
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    New play with all female cast takes play back to its roots

    A new fictional play based on historic events challenges traditional theatre conventions and navigates bi-culturalism in early-settler New Zealand.

  3. Video for Te Manawa by Hawaiki TŪ Premiers at ASB Waterfront Threatre
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    Te Manawa by Hawaiki TŪ Premiers at ASB Waterfront Threatre

    Haka Theatre group Hawaiki TŪ will showcase a new version of their renowned show Te Manawa. It tells the love story of Koru and Te Mauri, two young lovers from opposing iwi, bound together by a negotiated truce, told through the medium of Haka Theatre which combines elements of Kapa Haka: song, rakau, poi and haka.

  4. Video for “I tried to scrub the brown out of my skin,”- Aussie TV Star
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    “I tried to scrub the brown out of my skin,”- Aussie TV Star

    Acclaimed Australian broadcaster Stan Grant has revealed his struggle to embrace his Aborginal culture and admits as a child he tried to scrub the brown out of his skin. 

  5. Video for Modern Māori language hits theatre stage
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    Modern Māori language hits theatre stage

    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.

  6. Video for Hot Brown Honeys address sticky topics
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    Hot Brown Honeys address sticky topics

    A group of Indigenous women are taking the theatre world by storm with their unapologetic performance. “Hot Brown Honey” are a group which discusses sticky issues affecting indigenous women. 

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    Māori actress’ new work shines light on mental health

    Shocking suicide rates in Aotearoa have inspired Māori actress Cian Elyse White and her friends to write a theatre work about mental health awareness. 

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    Magic Mike-inspired play aims to connect with Māori Niueans

    Playwright Jay Junior Williams says his new work, which will star 14 male actors in peak physical condition, will help people with Māori and Niuean heritage to connect with their Pacific roots.

  9. Video for New dark comedy play has serious prison message
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    New dark comedy play has serious prison message

    Rehearsals are underway for a new dark comedy play that explores the lives prisoners, is co-written by Māori actors and theatre makers Rob Mokaraka, Miriama McDowell and Jason Te Kare.

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    Native Affairs- Play inspired by police shooting wins award

    A Māori actor who suffered from depression so severe that he wanted to end his life by having the police shoot him has won two major theatre awards for a play about his dramatic saga. 

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