Theatre, Spoken Word & Storytelling, Touring

ScatterGun After the Death of Rūaumoko

NEW ZEALAND

Tickets $32 - $38

Tue 13 - Sat 17 Sep | 1 hour 10 minutes Seymour Centre - Reginald Theatre
SHOW IS RATED: M15+
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Over one night Agnes takes us on a journey through the streets of her city and the sinews and synapses of her internal world.

‘ALL I AM ACCOUNTABLE TO IN TRUTH, IS THE DOT OF BLACK AT THE CENTRE OF THE IRIS, SOME MINI PITCH BLACK NIGHT SKY, AND BEYOND, THE GREAT FORMLESS.’

Joyfully and honestly exploring themes of diaspora, marvelling at the forces of tectonic power and the natural world, what binds us, as tangata, beneath the divisive architecture of the modern time?

Class, race, gender, power and identity politics,

Indigenous longing.

Tīhei Mauri Ora!

‘I WAS LOOKING AT THE SEAMS OF ALCOHOL WRITHING THROUGH HIS NEGRONI GLASS LIKE PREGNANT LONG FIN TUNA.’

Winner Outstanding Solo Performance, New Zealand Fringe 2022
Winner SYNZ Tour Ready Award, New Zealand Fringe 2022

Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Venue 1: Seymour Centre - Reginald Theatre
Performance notes
  • Australian Premiere
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language, Sexual Themes
  • Performance accessibility:
    Tuesday 13 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Wednesday 14 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Thursday 15 Sep
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Venue details & accessibility
Seymour Centre - Reginald Theatre

Cnr Cleveland Street and City Road Chippendale, Sydney
Telephone: 02 7813 4527

Accessibility

Approach:
Flat approach from Car park and street. Plenty of parking surrounding the theatre with multiple accessible parking spaces.

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    Credits
    • Creator and Performer – Ana Chaya Scotney
    • Performance Director – Stella Reid
    • Music / Score – Haz and Charlotte Forrester
    • Lighting – Isadora Lao
    Presented by
    • Kōtiro Publishing Giant