$30 - $65
18 APR - 4 MAY, 2024

Multi-award-winning artist Ana Chaya Scotney (Ngai Tūhoe) delivers a joyful solo performance, which weaves together poetry, prose, movement, and sound, incorporating the verbatim voices of whānau from Te Urewera, Pōneke, and Tāmaki Makaurau at Q Theatre.

“I found that all I am accountable to, in truth, is the tiny dot of black at the centre of the iris. The pupil, some mini pitch black night sky, and beyond - The Great Formless. It was buzzy man, I had vertigo.” — ScatterGun

Over a long and winding night, Agnes takes us on a sprawling journey that mirrors the sinews and synapses of her internal world. From the memorial for her little brother Rūaumoko to the twisted streets of the city, together we dive into te pō and emerge into the flaring neon of a new day.

A celebration of the profound connection between the human body and te whenua ūkaipō (homeland), ScatterGun: After the Death of Rūaumoko examines the relationship between displacement, grief, and the healing power of home.

Dedicated to Puti Lancaster, join in for an unforgettable evening with the talented Ana Chaya Scotney as she brings you 'ScatterGun: After the Death of Rūaumoko'.

Preview: 18 Apr
Premiere: 19 Apr

Tuesday – Wednesday: 7pm
Thursday – Saturday: 8pm
Sunday: 5pm

Duration: 70 mins approx

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Last updated: 19 February 2024