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Matariki Williams is transported into the micro-universes of Witi Ihimaera’s characters, brought together in a play by Nancy Brunning.


Alesha Ahdar heals childhood understandings of te ao wairua through the vibrant display of mana motuhake that is Neke by Scotty Cotter.


Finding Each Other in the Dark

Every Māori person has, to some extent, a story of loss through colonisation. Te Mauri o Pōhutu speaks to that, gently.


Review: The Vultures

Adam Goodall reviews the centrepiece of this year's Kia Mau Festival, Mīria George's darkly funny satire The Vultures.


The Dancers of Damelahamid transport audiences at Kia Mau Festival over 14,000 km away, to the West Coast of Turtle Island. Kōtuku Titihuia Nuttall reflects on the timeless narratives and Indigenous connections offered through traditional songs and dance.


Kia Mau, Kia Kaha, Kia Ora

Rangimarie Sophie Jolley reviews three shows from the 2023 Kia Mau Festival.


Kahu Kutia reviews six shows at the 2023 Kia Mau Festival, spanning multiple artforms including dance, musical performance and theatre.


'Avaiki Nui Social Review

Tamara Tulitua reviews 'Avaiki Nui Social, a lush celebration of musical history from across Te Moana Nui a Kiva.


Kōpū: An interview with Tuakoi Ohia

Te Mahara Swanson Hall sits down with her cousin, writer and actor Tuakoi Ohia, to talk about Kōpū, a new show that celebrates wāhinetanga.


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