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Jeanie Tualima



Nationality:    New Zealander
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Jeanie Tualima's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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        Samoa Mo Samoa

Samoa Mo Samoa

Le Mau Production Team debuts its exciting new play Samoa mo Samoa, in a work that captures a time of colonial rule versus a nation upholding its people, culture and way of life, a small nation that refused to be silenced. From the vision of one man (Lauaki) to the explosive sacrifice of another (Tamasese) in the tapestry of what was Samoa is unravelled in Samoa mo Samoa. From the local community Obed Unasa has sought and brought together like-minded individuals with a passion for Samoa to tell a piece of history. As a producer Obed was inspired by his grandFather who was part of the Mau movement in which he and a small group advised General Richardson on Samoan culture and matai traditions. Obed saw universal themes from the struggles which are relevant for today s Pacific Island people in New Zealand and courage is one of them. With his passion and courage to get this project underway, he enlisted the creative team of playwright Jeanie Tualima to deliver a thought-provoking play with director Edward Peni (Actor: the Crucible, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Clockwork Orange and many more). the ensemble cast is littered with young dynamic actors of Pacific descent ready to stamp their mark on the thespian arena. Like all community projects, it has been created with no budget and through love; passion and drive, Obed and his team bring you a slice of history with professionalism and commitment.


1st Produced:
Mangere Arts Centre, Auckland    22 Mar 2011

Le Mau Productions

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Male:  10            Female:  2            Other:  -

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