Event details

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt

Friday 01 November to Saturday 02 November

PRICES

GENERAL ADMISSION
See Below

WHEN

Friday 01 November 7pm
Saturday 02 November 7pm

WHERE

Baycourt X Space

Description

Wild Dogs Under My Skirt (Samoa/Aotearoa)
By Tusiata Avia
Directed by Anapela Polata’ivao
Produced by Victor Rodger and FCC

Alive with the energy and rhythm of raw and lyrical performance poetry and oral traditions, Wild Dogs Under My Skirt will challenge your perceptions of culture, life and love. Based on Tusiata Avia's provocative and unapologetic poetry, this is a play that explores power, politics, racism, love, sex, abuse and life between cultures. It's a celebration of island life, the femininity of a Samoan woman and all its wonderful complexities.

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

Recommended for ages 13+
Contains strong language and references to violence.

PRICES

  • General Admission Full $46.00
  • Student $20.00
  • Group of 6+ $41.00pp
  • Student Group of 6+ $15.00

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