Saturday, 5 August 2023 at 8pm
RECKŌNING – Te Waiata Paihere Wairua
A production by Beat Entertainment
A powerful celebration of indigenous culture through storytelling, original songs, and dance.
RECKŌNING depicts the intertwining of indigenous culture through storytelling, original songs and dance, tackling the modern-day effects of racism and intergenerational trauma.
Featuring powerful visual projections, emotionally-charged song, deeply personal storytelling and genuine raw emotions of anger, grief, sadness and joy, RECKŌNING leads the audience through a process of truth-telling and truth-accepting, inviting empathy and understanding in an unmissable night of theatre.
“Delights every one of the senses for those lucky enough to witness it."
– Rolling Stone
Producers: Samuel Gaskin and Johnny Hamilton
Director: Samuel Gaskin
Co-Director: Michala Banas
Creative Direction: Samuel Gaskin and Johnny Hamilton
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes, no interval.
Contains sustained bright lights, haze effects, moderate coarse language, sudden loud noises, potentially triggering content or themes, including self harm or suicide, sexual assault or abuse, mental health and racism. Includes images, voices or the name(s) of deceased Indigenous persons.
Recommended for audiences 16+.
Wheelchair spaces are available, subject to booking. Please make your booking via phone on 9243 9191 to reserve a wheelchair designated spot.
For more information about accessibility at the Clocktower Centre, please see here.
|Under 30s (proof of age required)||$55.00|
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