After burning down her step-family’s beloved fish ‘n’ chip shop, Chip races to her treasured houseboat – one of two things left by her mother. A stolen treasure and a birthday later, Chip is faced with the law, her sister, and most terrifyingly, her Aunty. Chip is then forced to care for something for the first time in her life. Can she cope with responsibility? The Māori in a white family, the Pākehā among Māori.
Writer & Performer Maia Diamond / Performer Unity Brown / Producer & Marketing Vanessa Immink / Set & Costume Design Rosemarie Kirkup / Lighting Design Isadora Lao / Photos Julie Zhu / Dramaturgy Mīria George / Director Mo Ete /
Graphic Design El Yule
This sold-out season was performed at BATS Theatre, 12th June - 15th June, 2019 as part of the annual Kia Mau Festival.
Wellington Theatre Awards 2019
Most Promising Newcomer - Unity Brown (nominated)
New Playwright - Maia Diamond (nominated)
Set Design - Rose Kirkup (nominated)
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People required: Two actors on stage, one-two crew backstage
Tech requirements: TBC on venue's available tech
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