THEATREVIEW – Hōkioi me te Vwōhali

The majesty of the Hōkioi (Haast eagle, pronounced Hor-key-oy) and the Vwōhali (golden eagle, pronounced A-wor-harley): where the Cherokee Duyuktv people and their movements meld and blend with the Māori world, Te Ao Māori, fused with expressive rhythmic language and storytelling. The kaupapa for the collaboration is inspirational – the messengers of the Gods: the Tuakana, the Older Sibling, and the Teina, the Younger Sibling Eagles.

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