Category is: “My only love sprung from my only hate”. It’s Verona via Porirua – on the way home from Courtney Place. Twenty brave and brilliant 2nd year actors embark on a hot 45- minute version of the teenage angst classic “Romeo and Juliet” to thrill our Wellington high schools. Melding styles of Te Ao Māori with slashes of Drag – swapping swords for mau rākau – these tragic queens are ready for the vogue ball. Relationship status: It’s (very) complicated.
Photography: Monique Gilmour
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