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Chinese-Kiwi playwright Nathan Joe has curated a celebration of the finest BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) storytellers and spoken word artists.

Dirty Passports features your favourite minorities behaving badly. Untwisting their tongues and shattering stereotypes all for the audience’s displeasure.

This special session will showcase Auckland based slam poet winners Eric Soakai who is of Samoan, Tongan, German, Scottish and Irish descent, and spoken word artist and educator Ngaio Simmons (Ngāti Porou), interdisciplinary artist

Alvie McKree (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa, St Vincent, Barbados), Dunedin-based writer and educator Rushi Vyas and celebrated playwright Nathan Joe.

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DIRTY PASSPORTS is curated by Nathan Joe

Please note - as it's a more informal venue, come early to secure your best available seat.

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Date
Thursday 4 April
Time
8 pm
Duration
70 minutes, including interval
Price
$30 Students $15 plus service fees
Venue
Rhyme + Reason
Seating
General Admission, Seating not guaranteed

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