11-year-old Harry Hunter is missing. While they wait for news, his distraught parents are supported by Anahera, a newly qualified social worker, but as the hours pass and the situation pushes everyone to their limits, Anahera is forced to take a stand.

Anahera won Outstanding New NZ Play at the Wellington Theatre Awards in 2017.

"You'd have to be unconscious not to be gripped by Anahera." Theatreview

"Absolutely heart-wrenching." Art Murmurs

"A must-see's not merely a technical tour-de-force, it's important." Off The Tracks

"The script wrestles with questions many of us are not brave enough to ask." Regional News

"Smartly plotted... keeps the reveals coming and perspectives shifting, while delivering gut-wrenching emotional blows... a beautifully crafted and powerful play." The Stage ★★★★

"Truly not an easy watch – a play that evokes genuine fear and raises controversial and uncomfortable questions." A Younger Theatre ★★★★

"Teases out issues of class and race with delicious satire and deftness." The Guardian