E Kore A Muri E Hokia // Mo & Jess Kill Susie

E toru nga wahine, E rua nga pu, He ruma, E kore a muri e hokia

Nā Gary Henderson i tuhi Nā Ani-Piki Tuari rātou ko Hania Douglas, ko Te Aorere Pewhairangi, ko Tawaroa Kawana i whakamāori.

E toru ngā wahine, E rua ngā pū, He ruma, E kore a muri e hokia

He whakaari mōhukihuki, whakatō āmaimai, whakarau tangata hoki a Mo & Jess kill Susie. Kua raungaiti tētahi tokorua Māori ki tētahi ruma kua mahue moruka nei, kua mauhere hoki rāua i tētahi pirihimana Pākeha mo te tūpono he rautaki pai tēnei hai taunaki i tētahi porotēhi kaikoka. Whakatata mai, whakapiri mai kia kite, kia rongo hoki koe ka aha rāua me te tangata kua mauherea. He whakaari tēnei i tuhia e tētahi tohunga a Gary Henderson, ka mutu, koinei te wā tuatahi ka whakaaturia ki te reo Māori. He mea whakamāori tēnei whakaari e Ani-Piki Tuari rātou ko Hania Douglas, ko Te Aorere Pewhairangi, ko Tawaroa Kawana.

Three women, Two guns, One room, No way out...

Mo & Jess Kill Susie is a tense, thrilling and claustrophobic hostage drama. Confined to the basement of an abandoned building two young Māori women have taken hostage a pākeha policewoman as part of a violent militant protest movement. Join them as they await their orders on what to do next with their bound and gagged captive. By award winning writer Gary Henderson, this is the first time it has been performed in primarily Te Reo Māori. Translated by Ani-Piki Tuari, Hania Douglas, Te Aorere Pewhairangi, Tawaroa Kawana.

Part of Matariki season