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Nga Hau E Wha

This is contemporary dance that haunts you long after you’ve left the theatre with its bold, spiritual stories that are very much of and from New Zealand.
By Karina Abadia
September 22, 2012
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Nga Hau E Wha

This is contemporary dance that haunts you long after you’ve left the theatre with its bold, spiritual stories that are very much of and from New Zealand.
By Karina Abadia
September 22, 2012
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In Nga Hau E Wha (The Four Winds) eight dancers roam a barren land, the earth cracked and the air hot. Figures are transformed into unearthly creatures as they travel the world’s winds, its water, its earth and its fire. As dancers they dare to defy the constraints of earth’s gravity, to burrow into the earthly breast of Papatuanuku, and to bathe equally in her stormy and tranquil depths.

First performed in Wellington last year, this is Okareka Dance Company's second work. The unique production is steeped in Maori legend and features a stunning soundscape. This is contemporary dance that haunts you long after you’ve left the theatre with its bold, spiritual stories that are very much of and from New Zealand.

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