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ScatterGun: After The Death of Rūaumoko

28 Jul 2022 to 30 Jul 2022
28 – 30 July, 6.30PM
Joyfully and honestly exploring themes of diaspora, marvelling at the forces of tectonic power and the natural world, what binds us, as tangata, beneath the divisive architecture of the modern time? C
Event type: 
Theatre
Price: 
$18 - $38
Venue: 
Basement Theatre
Address: 
Lower Greys Ave, Auckland
Region: 
Auckland

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Joyfully and honestly exploring themes of diaspora, marvelling at the forces of tectonic power and the natural world, what binds us, as tangata, beneath the divisive architecture of the modern time? Class, race, gender, power and identity politics, Indigenous longing
Tīhei Mauri Ora!

“ALL I AM ACCOUNTABLE TO IN TRUTH, IS THE DOT OF BLACK AT THE CENTRE OF THE IRIS, SOME MINI PITCH BLACK NIGHT SKY, AND BEYOND, THE GREAT FORMLESS.”

Created and Performed by: Ana Chaya Scotney
Initially researched with: Eleanor Bishop
In Kōrero with the whanau: Iwa, Atamira, Toia, Uncle Fi, Audrey, Gee, Nika, Tame, Freddy, Erin Music/ Score: Haz and Charlotte Forrester
Performance Directed by: Stella Reid

“I WAS LOOKING AT THE SEAMS OF ALCOHOL WRITHING THROUGH HIS NEGRONI GLASS LIKE PREGNANT LONG FIN TUNA,”

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Basement Theatre

23 Jun 2022

Basement Theatre is a place where urgent and adventurous live performance made by independent artists is incubated and supported. We do this by proudly showcasing artist's work across two performance spaces - the Studio upstairs and the Theatre downstairs.