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"Duke" by Moses Goods, presented by New Native Theatre
Open Eye Figure Theatre
Minneapolis, MN
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"Duke" by Moses Goods, presented by New Native Theatre
New Native Theatre presents "Duke" by Moses Goods.

Wednesday 4/12 7:30pm Performance
Thursday  4/13 7:30pm Performance
Friday    4/14 7:30pm Performance
Saturday  4/15 2:00pm Matinee
Saturday  4/15  7:30pm Performance

School groups:
Ask about the Wednesday 4/12 10:00am Special School Matinee.

Tickets are $25 or Pay As You Can at the door the night of the performance.

Open Eye Figure Theatre
506 E 24th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55404

About DUKE:

Hawaiis first Olympic gold medalist and the father of modern surfing,
Duke Kahanamoku is unquestionably one of the most important and beloved
figures in Hawaiian history. Duke lived through Hawaiis transition from
an independent Nation to a U.S territory and on to statehood. In many ways
his extraordinary life served as a guiding light for Hawaiis people in
their struggle to find identity in a changing world. Known for his
humility, kindness and love of community Dukes fame and renown made him a
role model and source of inspiration for all.

Moses Goods (Playwright and Performer):

Moses is one of Hawaiis most prominent theatre artists. Originally fro
m the island of Maui, he is now based in Honolulu and travels nationally
and internationally performing his original work to a wide range of
audiences. Moses has done extensive work as a company actor with the
renowned Honolulu Theatre for Youth. Other professional theatre involvement
includes principal
work with the long-running production Ulalena and staring in the
one-man show The Legend of Kaululau. For his creation of the play Duke,
a one-man show that he both wrote and stars in, Moses was awarded with a
certificate of appreciation by the United Nations Association of the United
States of America HONOLULU CHAPTER. In addition to Duke, his professional
writing credits include Lonos Journey produced by Honolulu Theatre for
Youth and three full length plays commissioned by Windward Community
Colleges department of theatre and dance. Moses also writes his own
storytelling material adapting traditional Hawaiian stories to his unique
performance style.

In 2012 Moses was awarded a MicroFest fellowship by the Network of
Ensemble Theatres. As a MicroFest fellow he was given the opportunity to
visit several major U.S cities in distress to observe how art is being used
to help remedy social issues. This eye opening experience both broadened
his social awareness and greatly impacted his work as an artist in that it
showed him how important it is for all people to tell their stories. Moses
also studies traditional hula under Kumu Hula Mpuana de Silva of Hlau
Mhala Ilima.


Open Eye Figure Theatre (View)
506 E 24th St
Minneapolis, MN 55404
United States


Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre

Kid Friendly: Yes!


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