Theatre: Take from My Palms

Teenage girls creatively explore the idea of peace in this theatre production that weaves their unique perspectives together. Join them to mark International Women’s Day.

  • When Wed 8 Mar 2017, 5:00–6:00pm
  • Where
    Te Marae, Level 4
  • Cost Free event

Poster advertising Take from My Palms

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Take from My Palms poster, 2017. Courtesy of Voice Arts

When am I at peace? Is my country peaceful? Can I make real change?

Students from Wellington East Girls’ College give their moving responses to these complex questions. The girls, from several different faiths and cultures, have worked with Voice Arts to create this thought-provoking work.

Marama Fox, co-leader of the Māori Party, and Susan Devoy, Race Relations Commissioner, are guest speakers.

Plus, a group of singers perform ‘I Can’t Keep Quiet’, the stirring song from the Women’s March on Washington.

Students sit on a stage

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Take from My Palms - rehearsal, 2017. Photograph by Alexandra Ivanova and courtesy of Voice Arts

About Voice Arts

Voice Arts is a group of theatre practitioners who work with community groups to help them explore their stories through performance.

Find out more on the Voice Arts website