Onions. We help you discover your many layers. You peel, you cry but you wake up with fresh eyes.
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The #Changemakers series brings hope back onto the table by interviewing various people who are working on the ground to create change. Learn about what and how they are doing it.
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Complicité connection and belonging with Massive Theatre Onions Talk: Change making through social engagement

Samantha Scott is the founder of Massive Theatre Company based in New Zealand. Their work comes from real stories, reflecting the rich diversity of Aotearoa. Through access to free workshops and ongoing mentoring/training, emerging artists are able to become a part of the company from age fourteen and stay with them throughout their professional career. Massive is a pathway, a whānau and a way to create excellent theatre. In this episode, we talked about the recent flood in Auckland, the Massive Company’s Kaupapa (way of being) and finding yours, questioning our way of life in an environmental crisis, How to find sustenance? Where are you most effective and sustained? https://www.massivecompany.co.nz — Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/onionstalk/support
  1. Complicité connection and belonging with Massive Theatre
  2. Signals for the future with Leila Hoballah
  3. Indigenous wisdom with Chantal Stormsong Chagnon
  4. Typhoons, art and community with Ra’z Salvarita
  5. Arts For Transformative Educational Change with Lynn Yau

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