What legacy has been left for you?  
And what legacy are you leaving? 

Razor-sharp beats combine with otherworldly vocal soundscapes in a live  performance about the universal longing for connection.  
Not very long ago, Kitch and Eve were strangers; one is a Samoan High Talking Chief, the other a second-generation Maltese Australian. Now they are on a journey together, navigating twin stories of diaspora, love, faith, and searching. Part memoir, part musical-manifesto, Where We Meet blends live looping, opera, electronica, beat boxing, Samoan language, and hip-hop music into a musical experience like no other. With genre-defying performances, cultural practice, and intimate true-stories, Eve Klein and Taitu’uga Kitch Wesche shine a light on the universal power of cultural connection. 

Audience reactions:  

“A very powerful performance. The contrast of cultures and personal experiences brought  
intensity to this very unique play.”  

“It really made me reflect on culture and community ‐ two constructs so incredibly important in the current era of uncertainty.”

Kingston Butterfactory Performances

October 2023


Metro Arts premiere season, May 2022

Words, music and performance by Eve Klein and Taitu’uga Kitch Wesche

Producer: Amelia Walker

Director:  Aleea Monsour

AV Designer: Nevin Howell

AV Designer Assistant: Livvy Watkins

Lighting Designer: Steven May

Set Designer: Kevin O'Brien

Sound Engineer: Tone Pacer / James Clark  


Where We Meet was made possible by support from Metro Arts and Tim and Gina Fairfax who enabled their works development. Thank you for helping us share our stories!