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Today we introduce to you the final whetu of MAURI TAU: Hiwa-i-te-Rangi.
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Performed by MAURI TAU’s writer and director, Scotty Cotter, Hiwa-i-te-Rangi is associated with the promise of a prosperous season ahead. Like Pōhutukawa, Hiwa-i-te-Rangi is significant for spiritual reasons, and it is to Hiwa-i-te-Rangi that Māori would send their dreams and desires for the year in hope that they would be realised.
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We also want to mihi Scotty for his generosity in creating MAURI TAU. We have loved hearing all the beautiful feedback from listeners who have enjoyed this work as much as we have, so please feel free to share your experience here if you've been able to hīkoi alongside Te Iwa o Matariki with MAURI TAU.
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Enjoy one of the final sessions of MAURI TAU this evening (3pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm). Book online for just $10 at www.silotheatre.co.nz
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MAURI TAU
Written and Directed by Scotty Cotter
Streamed online at www.silotheatre.co.nz
Closes tonight!
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Pictured: Scotty Cotter in the studio at Evoke Audio (@evokeaudionz ) recording as Hiwa-i-te-Rangi.
📸: @dstgeorgephoto
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