Besties Niarra and Te Umuroa are out playing in the bush. Just another day in paradise – until they glimpse what can only be the world’s last Tasmanian Tiger.
Dodging hunters, Niarra and Te Umuroa set sail for Aotearoa to hide their new friend. But hunters aren’t the only ones on this Tiger’s tail. They’ll have to outwit Māori gods and palawa spirits to save their furry friend.
Co-written by Tasmanian playwright Nathan Maynard (palawa) and Aotearoa writer Jamie McCaskill (Māori), Hide the Dog is a truly trans-Tasman creation. This world premiere production from Tasmania Performs is directed by Isaac Drandic (Noongar) on a spectacular set by Māori designer Jane Hakaraia.
Intrepid young explorers will delight in this celebration of adventure, friendship and the power of culture – wherever you find it.
Image credit: Denni Proctor
Writers Nathan Maynard & Jamie McCaskill
Director Isaac Drandic
Producer Tasmania Performs
Lighting Designer Mark Howett
Sound Designer Maaka McGregor
Set Designer Jane Hakaraia
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Due to physical distancing requirements, the theatre will operate at reduced capacity and empty seats will be left between each group.
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|Wed 13 Jan||1pm, 6:30pm|
|Thu 14 Jan||6:30pm|
|Fri 15 Jan||6:30pm|
|Sat 16 Jan||1pm, 6:30pm|
|Sun 17 Jan||12pm|
60 minutes (no interval). Partial lockout applies.
|Family (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children)||$140|
Transaction fee applies.
Recommended for ages 8+. Contains haze smoke and strobe lighting. Photography and filming prohibited.
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