On Saturday, July 28, AT 7:30 p.m., Ebb & Flow Arts (E&FA) will present the last event of the North South East West Festival 2012--Multi Media Originals--in the Seabury Hall Performing Arts Studio in Makawao.
Admission is free.
Multi Media Originals is comprised of music, dance, video, puppetry, colored lighting and shadows, and narration. The production will feature the premieres of original stage compositions commissioned by E&FA.
Multi Media Originals is comprised of music, dance, video, puppetry, colored lighting and shadows, and narration.
Peter Swanzy's "Hulehulei (mau loa)" ("Seesawing back-and-forth (endlessly)") is in 3D. Tony Walholm's "Hina Nui Ke Po - A Hero's Journey" tells the story of demigod Maui's last adventure, seeking immortality for humankind.
E&FA's multi-media group features Maui-based musicians, performance artists and painters: puppeteer Francis Kane; musicians Paul Marchetti, John Zangrando, Danny M. and Robert Pollock; and performance artists Lisa Buell, Amy Chang, Palemo Roberts and Todd van Amburgh.
Composer Robert Wehrman and Michael Takemoto collaborated on "A Beautiful Day for Bombing," which will screen during the production.
Francis Kane, formerly a member of Muppets, will operate Hula ki'i (Hawaiian puppets), which will navigate the audience through several works in the program.
Refreshments will be served after the concert.
Seabury Hall is located at 480 Olinda Road above Makawao.
For further information, visit www.ebbandflowarts.org and call (808) 876-1854.