“The Charge of ‘Ai‘ai” at Palikū Theatre

WCCʻs Hawaiian Youth Theatre performance based on the Maui mo‘olelo Kū‘ulakai

Windward Community College
Bonnie J Beatson, (808) 235-7374
Windward Community College
Nicolas Logue, 236-9138
Theatre Instructor, Humanities
Posted: Feb 7, 2014

Malia Galindo plays ‘Ai‘ai (photo by Orrin Nakanelua)
Malia Galindo plays ‘Ai‘ai (photo by Orrin Nakanelua)

Windward Community College’s Theatre 260–Dramatic Production students present The Charge of ‘Ai‘ai February 14 through 23 at Palikū Theatre, a tale for the keiki about the myths, legends and heroes of Hawai‘i, and good fun for the whole family.

The Charge of ‘Ai‘ai performed by WCC Theatre 260 students
Dates and Times:    
Friday, February 14 & 21, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, February 15 & 22, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, February 16 & 23, 4:00 p.m.                                                  

Tickets: $10 Students with valid ID/Senior/Military; $15 General  
To Purchase Tickets: etickethawaii.com or call 235-7310 to charge by phone.

The Charge of ‘Ai‘ai is the first Hawaiian Youth Theatre production at Windward CC based on the Maui mo‘olelo Ku‘ukakai, and weaves a magical and heartfelt tale of a father's legacy to his son, a terrible battle with a mighty eel, and the inception of fishing in Hawai‘i. Written by Moses Goods, Storyteller and Cultural Educator at the Bishop Museum and directed by Windward CC Theatre Instructor Nicolas Logue.

For more information about The Charge of ‘Ai‘ai, or to learn more about Theatre 260 and other theatre classes offered at Windward Community College, contact Theatre Instructor Nicolas Logue at 236-9138 or go online to windward.hawaii.edu.

For more information, visit: http://paliku.com