Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival presents

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt

Gisborne
Fri 11 Oct

Venue Location

7 Fitzherbert St, Gisborne

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Prices

STANDARD:

ADULT
$25.00
CONCESSION 65+ with Gold Card, Student (Student ID Required), Community Services Card
$20.00

Timing

Running Time: 1 hour 15 minutes

Venue Location

7 Fitzherbert St, Gisborne

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Samoan New Zealander Tusiata Avia’s poetry becomes a fearless and enchanting piece of theatre under the direction of Anapela Polata’ivao and a cast of six powerful Pasefika actresses.  

Through her vivid, compelling and at times hilarious characters, Avia paints a deeply personal view of Pacific Island life and its sometimes uneasy collisions with the Kiwi way. Heart-stopping and unmissable theatre.  

Breathing provocative new life into Avia’s examination and celebration of what it is to be a Samoan woman, Polata’ivao’s direction adds “extra levels of nuance, power and dramatic sophistication” which earned her Best Director in the 2016 Auckland Theatre Awards and also Best Production in the 2018 Wellington Theatre Awards.

FCC Productions.


Theatre box office and refreshments open one hour before each show.
Recommended for ages 15+.


Warning: This production contains references to sexual violence, contains adult themes and language. 

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