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Doors: 7 Show: 7:30-11pm
Girlfest Hawaii, Justice & Outreach of St. Andrew's Cathedral, and MamaWisdom Productions present:
Climbing Poetree's Hurricane Season: Underground Voices Transforming Unnatural Disasters
After touring 50 cities on a bus converted to run on recycled veggie oil, Hurricane Season was selected for a month-long run at the world renowned National Black Theater in Harlem with sold-out shows, and featured at the Newark Symphony Hall. This award-winning theater production interweaves spoken-word poetry, video projection, and a sound collage of personal testimonies. Hurricane Season connects the issues that surfaced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to the "unnatural disasters" disenfranchised communities are experiencing nationwide and worldwide on a daily basis. Hurricane Season tackles environmental injustice, policing, militarization, corporate domination, and displacement as they manifest from one gulf to another, with a powerful tale of resistance, resilience, creativity and survival.
Leah Song (of Rising Appalachia) featuring Biko Casini:
Hailing out of New Orleans, songstress, musician, multi-instrumentalist, storyteller, and global griot steeped in the traditions of Southern Soul and international Roots Music delivers pure magic through song. Intentionally self-managed and produced for the last 6 years, they have toured heavily both nationally and internationally boasting events all across the globe including: Joshua Tree Music Fest, Envision Festival, Burning Man, Rootwire, Naropa University, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, National Public Radio All Songs Considered, Lightening in a Bottle, Symbiosis, and the Ozara festival in Hungary.
Exquisite vocals, powerful lyrics and gorgeous melodies have earned Paula widespread critical praise and an incredibly dedicated fan base. Paula Fuga is a musician on a mission. Though many play music for the platitudes or acclaim, Paula plays music for a culture, spreading the thoughtful and evocative voice of the Hawaiian people across the world.
The Youth Speaks of the Islands, this powerful group of young poets are sure to open your mind, and blow you away!
Music by DJ Seph1
Tenney Theater: ST. Andrew's Cathedral (View)
229 Queen Emma SQ
Honolulu, HI 96813
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