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9 - 13 July

Hine Te Rēhia

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Date and time icon Date and Time

9 Jul 6.30 PM
10 Jul 6.30 PM
11 Jul 6.30 PM
12 Jul 6.30 PM
13 Jul 6.30 PM

Ticket icon Prices

Waged
$25
Unwaged
$15
Extra Aroha Ticket
$40

Event duration icon Duration

60 mins

Venue icon Stage / venue

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Hine Te Rēhia

Presented by Tuatara Collective

HINE TE RĒHIA is a devised multilingual theatre experience with song, dance, haka and text celebrating the movement of the, the winds of change and the shifting vibrations of energy and light.

Ignite. Activate. Illuminate. Resonate.

Devised, created and performed by an all female BIPOC cast, and directed by Bronwyn Turei, HINE TE RĒHIA addresses themes, ideas and issues that affect them and the environment in today’s hectic world.

Relevant, authentic and sometimes outrageous, this refreshing new generation of atua will push boundaries, provoke thought, and leave you gasping, in awe of their majesty and talent.

"Beautiful, strong wāhine presenting new beautiful, moving work."

Emerging minority creatives will change the world, and if you don’t believe me, this show will convince you of that.
Rat World Magazine
CREATIVE TEAM

Featuring Eve Naicker, Katie-Rose Pemberton, Rawinia Kanuta-Walker, Tia Ormsby, Teresa Lee & Waikamania Seve

Director: Bronwyn Turei

Choreographer(s): Denyse Rewi, Mela Taavao

Production Manager: Tāwera Ormsby

Mātanga Mātauranga Māori: Tūī Matira Ranapiri-Ransfield

Artwork: Huriana Kopeke-Te Aho

Costume Coordination: Donna Pemberton

Set: Hāhona Ormsby

Photography: Andi Crown, Ralph Brown

About Tuatara Collective

Tuatara Collective brings artists together to collaborate and turn our own Aotearoa stories into art. Our voice, our music, and our dance is most powerful when our hearts are entwined in the roots of the work. Tuatara Collective will produce and present art to the general public, communities and schools, locally, nationally and internationally.

All projects will have relevant themes that will provide the basis for community workshops to facilitate kōrero.

Projects include:

Over My Dead Body: LITTLE BLACK BITCH

Over My Dead Body: UNINVITED

Over My Dead Body: WITH THESE HANDS

FIAFIA

FRESH CHOICE

HAU FESTIVAL

Hine Te Rēhia

Ka'a [little shit]

HE TOI KUPU: UHI TAI

​FOR THE FALLEN

Tuatara Collective produces the hit show BATTLE CHORUS (created and performed by Jason Te Mete and Rutene Spooner), a social sing-a-long experience that brings people together for an unforgettable night of iconic melodies and sweet harmonies. The audiences form two teams, grab a drink, learn some choruses and then battle it out with an epic medley of songs.

Tuatara Collective works closely with Ahipoutu Collective in Tauranga Moana to deliver free Māori Theatre and Wellbeing Wānanga for rangatahi, as well as the highly successful large scale community engagement programme He Toi Kupu.

Head here for more information and media.

Artwork

Image credit: Huriana Kopeke-Te Aho

Image description:
Digital artwork depicting a beautiful Māori goddess with long hair, and wears bone earrings and has moko kauae. She is holding a spark in her hands. She has huia feathers in her hair, and stands in front of the moon. Koru patterns, stars and arrows adorn the canvas that glows in shades of purple, black and white.