You are welcome to attend this free performance by The Human Project - with no ticket required!
The Human Project was part of the 2018 Festival with an incredible street performance, Meta, that popped-up in multiple locations across Hawke’s Bay. It then went onto perform as part of the Performance Arcade in Wellington earlier this year.
This work is an intimate conversation between physical theatre, contemporary dance, spoken word and sound, bringing to life the real stories of migrants and their children and grandchildren.
And The Earth Shifted Beneath My Feet provides a platform for the real voices of real migrant women to be heard. It amplifies their stories and shares them as real, visceral experiences, set against a movement-and-sound scape that immortalises the experience in our bodies.
New place. Voluntarily, or involuntarily.
Performed by Champa J Maciel, Sophie Jean Follet and Pippi Jane.
Performance times for Saturday 26 October, 2019:
Firstly 1:00pm on Albert Square in Hastings, and then 5:00pm in the Festival Garden on the Village Green in Havelock North.
Saturday 26 October, 1:00pm to 1:30pm
Restrictions: All Ages
Albert Square Hastings, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
Heretaunga Street East, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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