By Lee Cataluna in collaboration with Sean Joseph Choo
What makes a superhero? Is it incredible strength? The ability to see through walls or hear a whisper a mile away? Is it the skill of knowing when someone is in need? Four friends in a Hawai‘i schoolyard explore what it takes to be a superhero. They come to realize that the women who raise them are the the strongest, fastest, bravest people they know.
This project is part of a national effort for BIPOC playwrights to re-define what is a super-hero.
Features: Music, singing, dancing and humor.
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DATES
• Opens Friday, January 19 @ 7:00pm
• January 28 @ 2:00pm
• February 4 @ 2:00pm – Sensory Friendly / ASL Performance
GRADES 1 – 5
January 16 – February 16, 2024
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 9:30 and 11:00am
- Wednesday at 9:00 and 10:30am
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Directed by Annie Cusick Wood
Devised by Annie Cusick Wood, Karen Kiefer, Serina Dunham, Hermegildo Tesoro, Jr., Jarren Amian
Performed by Jarren Amian, Serina Dunham, Hermenigildo Tesoro, Jr.
Set, Costumes, Prop Design by Karen Kiefer
Music by Daniel Krass
Lighting Design by Chesley Cannon
Additional Costume Construction by Iris Kim and Emily Wright
- Hawaii State Department of Health, Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division
- Zilber Family Foundation
- Paul and Susan King
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