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    PUZZY | Basement Theatre

    Mele is just your average Samoan Jehovah’s Witness – except she’s a lesbian. After she comes out and embarks on a quest for true love, she encounters a wide range of characters from her disapproving Elder John to her straight best friend Tina Turner and ultimately her first true love. Written by Hawaiian based Samoan-Filipina newcomer Kiana Rivera (feat. Black Faggot’s Victor Rodger), PUZZY finally gives voice to a sector of the Pacific Island community that has long been invisible.

     


    Photo by Ane Tonga.

    aucklandpridefestival.org.nz

    9 February – 13 February 2016

    The Basement Theatre, Auckland

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