Kinetic Wayfinding brings Move home to Mangere.

South Auckland theatre company Kinetic Wayfinder’s latest project is a dance theatre play focused on the complex emotions young people experience.


Move – SOURCE: Image Supplied


Told through the story of two siblings Lupe and Mark, following the death of their father, Move is a multimedia offering with a great young talented cast.

Director Heto Ah Hi says he’s looking forward to seeing the show reaching its full potential at the Mangere Arts Centre, following a successful run at Te Oro in Glen Innes.

“I’m excited for this season at Mangere Arts, because we’ll be able to do so much more in terms of digital media.”

With a focus on urban Pacific Youth in the community, and wellbeing through creativity and mindfulness, Kinetic Wayfinding puts on shows that involve young up and coming talent from the ages of 14-24.

“So much talent,” Ah Hi says, who co-directs and runs the company with his partner Leilani Clarke.

The following song was written and composed by Sisi Patea, and is beautifully performed by her and Valentino Maliko during the performance: 



Move is on at the Mangere Arts Centre, corner Orly Ave and Bader Drive, Mangere, from May 23 to June 4.

Directed by Heto Ah Hi (Sione’s Wedding, Tautai, Plantation) and Leilani Clarke (Running with the Bulls

Musical director: Valentino Maliko

Choreographer: Maxine Kalolo

Tickets: $20 for adults and $10 for children and students.

Click here to buy tickets.