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Frames of the Chaos - NZ Fringe

Where: Te Auaha, NZ Institute of Creativity, 65 Dixon Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: R13

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Epic Poetry of Our Time

Award-winning migrant storyteller Hideto Ambiguous reenacts a mass immigrant rights protest from its birth to death and afterlife through an hour of continuous metamorphosis from a character to another. Bring your own frame of this chaotic world. Mind-boggling, nicely-choreographed, wittily-worded fusion political theatre shall be served.

You are at a conference alongside fellow strategists watching a documentary tracing an entrepreneurial, fourth-generation immigrant Shinzo. He has video footage that implicates a secret alliance between the police and Omnidirection Tech Company together provoking violence at a peaceful immigrant rights protest to justify cracking down the undocumented. However, Omnidirection is a client at a consultant firm he works for. He knows he can either leak it or delete it, but he doesn’t know his decision-making is monitored closely...

This event is the screening of pre-recorded performance.

Frames of the Chaos is supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.

Hideto Ambiguous is a theatre-maker and performance poet.

“A Japanese troubadour travelling the world telling poetic stories and singing songs and leaping into dances in funny unknown places.” - The Hook (NZ)

"His poetry is lovely and soul-baring, flirting with the edges of provocation.” - Theatreview (NZ)

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