As we left this show, my husband described it as "charming" -- until I told him what we'd paid for it...then all of the little things that had gone wrong seemed to add up, and we both felt we'd been cheated.
For starters, we took them up on their offer to pick us up at our B&B due to the late hour and our wariness of driving on the left-side of the road in the dark (we'd been doing this for less than a day). We provided the name of our place and were told we'd be picked up at 7:30pm. As the promised time rolled around and passed, we stood outside waiting for our ride. Eventually, we got in our car and drove to the treaty grounds, where the show had already started. We were politely told to wait outside while someone would find out whether or not we'd be allowed to join. There was no apology for failing to pick us up or expressions of "oh good, you were able to make it" - nope, they were annoyed that we'd inconvenienced them.
As we took our seats, the performers went through a series of songs and dances that were fairly well done - some of the young girls in particular had very powerful and moving voices. Unfortunately, we noticed a lack of enthusiasm from a number of the young males (except when performing the Haka - they seemed to all really enjoy that) and many missed lines throughout. At about the halfway point, one of the young girls made a mistake and seemed unable to recover -- the remainder of the show seemed drained of energy without her (though that did provide us with an opportunity to hear her mother's beautiful voice as she stepped in to lead the songs).
All in all, if this had been a third or fourth of the price, we would have left pleased with how we'd spent our evening, and would have brushed off the little things as unimportant...but when you factor in the very high cost, this show just wasn't worth it.
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