It's 1999 and Kiwa struggles with the whole "being Māori" thing. Kiwa's done with being judged - worst of all by his own people. How do black American fullas who live 20000km away make him feel more at home than ever? I Ain't Mad at Cha is about a young Māori boys love for rhymes.
Part of Matariki Season
Jonty was lucky enough to chat with Turene Jones (Writer), Jatinder Singh (Director), and Ngahiriwa Rauhina (Producer). Read the blog here.
- Date: 20 Jun - 24 Jun
- Time: 6:30PM
- Runtime: 70 minutes
- Venue: Studio
- Price: $18 - $20
- Lock-out: No entry after performance begins
- Trigger warnings: Explicit Language
- Age restrictions: PG13
- Concession prices available to: Gold Card carriers, Equity members, Students - all with valid ID