What to expect?
A one-person show from non-binary artist Daley Rangi exploring the intersection of queerness and culture. Daley uses a voice processor, microphone and loop pedal to unearth the shadowy events of one fateful night among many, creating a story of sound unfurling around the audience.
You'll like this if...
If you appreciate thunderstorms, mountains, disco, high heels, or Kae Tempest. As one reviewer said, “it’s a bit of a scary ride, but the view is beautiful, and Rangi will keep you safe”.
From the artist
“Audiences are invited to leave their preconceptions of storytelling at the door, and to listen deep and generously. To laugh, to cry, to reflect, to remember. Takatāpui doesn’t exist without the resistance and resilience of countless ancestors and kin. It’s a work about trauma and memory, those rivals. Trauma is complex and healing is complex. Takatāpui is a work of truth, and, sometimes truth hurts. This show is a flame in the dark, a reminder that gender is still an endless game of survival for many, an intangible paradox of joy and rage, violence and freedom.”
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