Redesign of Grimm’s classic The Elves and the Shoemaker, reimagined with a Kiwi perspective.
Kahu the cloakmaker has only enough materials left to make one cloak. But that night, as he and his wife sleep, they are visited by patupaiarehe (fairy folk), who make the finest cloak they have ever seen!
Tahi, rua, toru, wha, we bring feathers from afar.
Our flying fingers weave a cloak, for we are special fairy folk …