A taste of Polynesia

Chaffey Secondary College teacher Albert Tufuga (middle) and students Kapa Maru, 16, Reni Marela-Kirirua,  16, Pate Faoa, Ayaka Kirirua, 15, Aiden Barcak, 16,  and Matakeu Teopenga, 15, are ready to fire up the school’s theatrette tonight. Picture: Louise Donges

Chaffey Secondary College teacher Albert Tufuga (middle) and students Kapa Maru, 16, Reni Marela-Kirirua, 16, Pate Faoa, Ayaka Kirirua, 15, Aiden Barcak, 16, and Matakeu Teopenga, 15, are ready to fire up the school’s theatrette tonight. Picture: Louise Donges

FIREWORKS and a taste of Polynesian culture is assured at tonight’s Chaffey Secondary College performance of Fire: The Spirit of Polynesia.

More than 20 students have been in full rehearsal during the past school term to prepare for tonight’s 90-minute performance in the school’s theatrette.

Chaffey teacher and dance instructor Albert Tufuga, who is from Samoa, said that among other things, the performance would give those in the audience an insight into the upbringing of Polynesian people.

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