PURPLE PLASTIC MAORI
The Garage International

Cabaret

Written & Directed By: Shalom Kaa

Returning to Adelaide Fringe 2021.

What do you do when you don't want to be Maori or gay, or Asian looking? You turn it into a cabaret of course!

From the sheep farms of rural NZ to Sydney, Melbourne and on to Darwin, singer/actor/comedian Shalom Kaa takes you on musical, comical and poignant trip through artistic, cultural and sexual identity. Will make you want to laugh, cry & sing.

"Growing up in the '80s, I was Maori but looked Asian, had the most Jewish name ever, I was clearly gay, my family were Jehovah's Witnesses and my Dad loved telling tall stories. Life felt far from normal - I was a plastic Maori. But my parents were also musicians; music would be my saving grace" Shalom Kaa.

Sold-out 2019 Darwin Festival
Recipient - Award for People's Choice
Winner - Best Producer.

You will sing, laugh & may even do a war dance. Kia Ora.

Approx. Running Time: 50 minutes
Suitable for ages: 15 and above

Performance Dates:
9 Mar at 6:00pm
‚Äč9 Mar at 8:45pm
10 Mar at 6:00pm
11-12 Mar at 9:30pm
13 Mar at 3:30pm


Venue:
The Garage International@Adelaide Town Hall

Bookings:
FringeTix

Pricing:
$25-$30