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Purple Plastic Maori
by Shalom Kaa
What do you do when you don't want to be Maori or gay? You turn it into a cabaret of course!
When: Sat 06 Jul 2019 | 7:30pm, Sun 07 Jul 2019 | 6:45pm
Where: Brown's Mart Theatre, 12 Smith Street, Darwin
Price: Full: $30/Concession: $15
From the sheep farms of rural NZ to Sydney, Melbourne and on to Darwin, it's musical trip through artistic, cultural and sexual identity.
From denying his Maori upbringing (plastic Maori) to a failed life as a Jehovah's Witness minister, Purple Plastic Maori is about coming to terms with ones identity told through song, story-telling and comedy.
Singing some kiwi classics, theatre songs, country, reggae and the odd Maori joke, this show is for anyone who has struggled with identity - oh, and ex-pats!
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