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All Ages

By Scotty Cotter

The rongoā I didn't know that I needed — PANTOGRAPH PUNCH

Neke is a theatrical exploration and discovery of the pou (pillars) left for Māori to navigate their individual haerenga (journey). Neke challenges you to voyage, perhaps discover your kaitiaki (spiritual guide) or ask what mana motuhake (self-determination) means to you?

Through physical theatre Neke weaves together the diverse representations of Māori society expressed with movement, waiata, characters, and hard out crack ups. This high-powered cast encourages you to look within yourself and ask: what do I hold precious? And am I on the right path?

Kia tū tahi tātou. Let us stand as one. Dig into the hard clay and find the rich soil for yourself.

Neke first premiered at Kia Mau Festival 2021.

Artist talk: Post-show Saturday 12 March, 1pm

Nau mai ki te ao kanikani o Neke. He whakaaturanga toi whakaari e tirotiro ana ki ngā huarahi maha o tēnā Māori o tēnā Māori, me ngā ara rerekē me whai e tātou e ekea ai te taumata i wawatia ai. He nui te kanikani, he waiata Māori ka rangona, he kaikiriata ka kitea, he wānanga kōrero ka akona, ka mutu, he whakaaturanga hātekēhi ake nei, ngahau ake nei. Haere mai rā ki te kounga o te ao o Toi Whakaari.

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