Performing Arts

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt

When
8pm
Where

SIT Centrestage Theatre

33 Don St, Invercargill

Presented by Dunedin Arts Festival and Oamaru Opera House with Tour-Makers and F.C.C
Written by Tusiata Avia
Directed by Anapela Polata'ivao
Produced by Victor Rodger and F.C.C

Image credit: Matt Grace 

Steaming pig and McDonald’s value meals. Palagi (white) boys and ruthless, authoritarian aunties. Jesus and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Hardcore Fa’a Samoa versus new New Zealand ways.

Breathing provocative new life into the play’s examination and celebration of what it is to be a Samoan woman, Anapela Polata’ivao’s commanding direction introduces nuance, power and dramatic sophistication into Tusiata Avia’s deeply personal view of Pacific Island life and its sometimes uneasy collisions with New Zealand.

In the wake of this unending colonial earthquake, six Samoan characters make their lives between two cultures: playing, gossiping, enduring, enforcing the patriarchal status quo and carving out powerful new identities.

Vivid, passionate, and compelling, Wild Dogs Under My Skirt is also flush with humour and pure entertainment.

“…moved me to tears of laughter and tears of sadness and even tears of fury…” - Radio New Zealand

Ticket Details
$38 - $43
Ticket Outlet
Ticketek
Contact / Organiser
Tour-Makers
Phone
021 702 131
Email
heather@pannz.org.nz