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'The MAU and the Visitor' back on stage!

August 07, 2013 at 4:32 PM

Samoa and New Zealand remember the signing of their Treaty of Friendship this month. What an exhilirating way to celebrate the legacy of the Mau movement! in a stage show in Mangere Cultural Centre.

This is a dark story of a love affair relationship between Richard Wallace – a New Zealand palagi military police officer, and Sinalei – a daughter and a house girl to her father Tupua Tamasese during the MAU period in the early 1920s. This is a powerful story of love, jealously, hate, lies, deception and killing of a man who has a legacy that has made him a Samoan icon.

At the Mangere Cultural Centre Monday 12th – 17th August 2013, 8pm – 9.30pm.

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