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Its time to get Super Fresh

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Following on from the sell out success of Once Were Samoans in 2007, the Mayor of South Auckland

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The Kila Kokonut Krew are back this year with their brand new show Super Fresh. Following on from the sell out success of Once Were Samoans in 2007, the Mayor of South Auckland Vela Manusaute and his gang are back to say the things you are thinking, but to afraid to say to your brown mate, in case you get the bash.

The Kila Kokonut Krew are back this year with their brand new show Super Fresh. Following on from the sell out success of Once Were Samoans in 2007, the Mayor of South Auckland Vela Manusaute and his gang are back to say the things you are thinking, but to afraid to say to your brown mate, in case you get the bash. Super Fresh promises to be energetic, raw and hilarious as Vela dissects the elements that make up south Auckland and ponders the Pacific Islanders place in exciting Aotearoa.

Expect new island sounds, wit by the boat load and enough cheek to get you a hiding as Super Fresh takes aim at culture, sport stars, politicians and more!. In fact, nothing is sacred. Its just SUPER FRESH!

Starring VELA MANUSAUTE (The Brownies, The Tattooist) ANAPELA POLATAIVAO (My Name is Gary Cooper; Where we Once Belonged) FASITUA AMOSA (The Millen Baird Show, The Tattooist) STACEY LEILUA (Once Were Samoans, Shortland Street) JXN (Niue's Singing Sensation!, Once Were Samoans, The Tattooist) And Introducing: ASALEMO TOFETE (NZ Drama School, ANGELS IN AMERICA) 

"Nothing is sacred" (John Smythe, on Once Were Samoans)

"The point is this is classic comedy with bite, culturally specific in its focus, yet timeless and universal in its application and implications." (The National Business Review, The Taro King)

23/04/08

Written by

Jenni Heka

24 Apr 2008

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