Story: Māori theatre - te whare tapere hōu

Hone Kouka, 2014

Hone Kouka, 2014

Playwright Hone Kouka (right) stands with actor and director Jim Moriarty during a festival of Māori theatre in Wellington in early 2014. The Pūtahi Festival featured Kouka's recent work the beautiful ones, Te Rākau Trust's The battalion, and Jamie McCaskill's Not in our neighbourhood, as well as play readings and live music. 

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Mark Derby and Briar Grace-Smith, 'Māori theatre - te whare tapere hōu - Consolidating Māori theatre, 1990s onwards', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 11 August 2022)

Story by Mark Derby and Briar Grace-Smith, published 22 Oct 2014