June 23, 2012 by Creative Sidekick - Freelance Creative and Multimedia Journalist
Just over an hour of powerful ideas, movement, sounds and bodies graced the stage of Rangatira, Q Theatre last night.
The winter solstice and Maori New Year, Matariki, set the perfect time for the Atamira Dance Company to showcase, KAHA Short Works 2012.
This varied programme features both new works and old favourites in a show intended to share the strength and diversity of these admirable dancers.
During the eight performances the audience is taken through an emotional and cultural journey, introduced by artistic director Moss Patterson.
Moss’s genuine passion, warmth and love for this art shines through in his performance, choreography and introductions. He really creates the community and spiritual feel that sets this show apart.
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