"Set against the backdrop of the Waikato Land Wars, this play exuberantly explores aspects of New ZealandĘs history. Three of the countryĘs real-life historical figures, Charlotte Badger, an escaped convict with a colorful past who was New ZealandĘs first recorded Pakeha woman, Mrs. Foley, and Mrs. Swan, are placed in a series of increasingly outrageous imaginary incidents."
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