Adults $10 + fees
|Friday 9th Oct||Lawson Field Theatre||2pm and 7pm|
|Duration : 60 minutes|
Questioning accepted narratives and exploring divisive issues.
In 2019, the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust performed All Roads Lead to Ngātapa to full houses at the inaugural Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival, an innovative devised production that explored the intricate history of Rongowhakaata, warts and all.
Their story resonated with audiences from different walks of life and had a profound impact throughout wider New Zealand.
This year, the Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust is back with a new piece entitled TŪRANGA: The Land of Milk and Honey, a groundbreaking devised production that dives deeper into our past, creates an atmosphere that questions accepted narratives and brings divisive issues to the forefront.
TŪRANGA: The Land of Milk and Honey is an exciting production that features the use of mixed media, music, visual projections, live artworks and youth voices. A piece that aims to propel our society into an equitable future.