An Honest Conversation with Braedyn Togi

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Braedyn is a multidisciplinary artist of Samoan, Cook Island and English descent. Born in the South of Tāmaki Makaurau, Braedyn now works and lives in Te Whanganui-a-tara. His hope with art is to bring people together to empower others to move with love to achieve the impossible. His most recent accomplishments include Choreographer for Ngā Rorirori directed by Hone Kouka, he also was a dancer in “Shifting Centre” a short film created for Pacific dance festival directed by Oto Lupo and Sefa Tunupopo and “MAKE IT HAPPEN” a solo created for Measina makers lab hosted by Le Moana and directed by Tupe Lualua.

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Honest conversation reviews:

“I have never really seen anything like it before; the connection with the audience was electric.”
Sameena Zehra
"Somewhere between standup comedy, a physical competition, an intergenerational back-and-forth and a celebration of mauri / life force."
Audience member
"The audience loved it, the terrain of the conversation and the honesty exhibited was compelling."
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