Te Wiki sisters,Trae (25) and Tial (11), weave together stories of whānau and whakapapa.
Poto Manawa is 25, a little lost and so over her whānau’s incessant phone calls always asking what she's doing and when she's coming home. Despite her best efforts, the memories Poto tried to leave behind cloud her mind until she is drawn home.
Through storytelling, waiata and movement, the essence of mana and magic slowly reveals the truth behind her whānau's dark past.
Beneath Skin and Bone is a new play lead by Trae Te Wiki, along with collaborators, Neenah Dekkers-Reihana and Hannah Kelly with original music by Reuben Butler.
12 - 16 June, 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Full Price $20
Concession Price $15
Group 6+ $14
Book tickets at bats.co.nz
Part of the Kia Mau Festival