Educational Theater Performance
through Hula, Song & Talk Story
Exciting School & Library Performances & Presentations for Children
Children can experience the warm sun of Hawai’i and its rich and beautiful culture as it has been passed down from ancient to modern times. It is shared through their ancient gift for storytelling, the traditional Hawaiian Hula, and their mele (songs), to paint pictures of a culture that is all about community and caring for each other. This ancient form of storytelling is the living history of the Hawaiian people, telling their myths and legends, stories and values through songs, chants and music accompanied by dance.
The students will experience how one can “talk story” through descriptive hand gestures and rhythmic movements of your feet and hips. There will also be an opportunity for several students to participate in experiencing how to do hula during the performance.