"Hir is a powerful and provoking piece of theatre"
Kia ora <<First Name>>,
The responses for HIR are rolling in. And in true Silo form, audience's are utterly shaken by Taylor Mac's roller-coaster of a script, with razor-sharp wit that smashes the 'domestic drama' storyline through the glass ceiling - and beyond. Catch Rima Te Wiata's unrecognisable transformation into Paige, the family matriarch intent on liberating the home from the tyranny of her husband's toxic masculinity.
"Now look I'm going to make a big call here, but I think Taylor Mac's HIR is the best Silo show I've seen in years."
- Kate Prior, Theatre Editor The Pantograph Punch
"This is a play for today, perfectly capturing the zeitgeist and reflecting the current paradigm shift in our still-evolving identity politics."
"Hir is a powerful and provoking piece of theatre, a working-class manifesto of liberation and matriarchy that creates new theories as it dissimulates old ones."
- NZ Herald
"This is dark comedy at it’s finest"
- Theatre Tourist