"PANIOLO Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy" by Honolulu Theatre for Youth
PANIOLO Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy
Fri Nov 2 at 7:00pm, Saturdays at 4:30pm
PANIOLO Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy, opens November 2nd with Hawaiian storyteller Moses Goods returning to Honolulu Theatre for Youth to explore a remarkable period in Hawaii’s history. From Ikua Purdy winning the 1908 World Roping Championship to the way traditional Hawaiian values and practice integrated with the Paniolo lifestyle, these stories and songs will unlock a remarkable time in Hawaii’s history and will leave you with a grin as big as a rodeo.
Joining Moses onstage and in the creation of the piece is Hawaiian singer/songwriter Kapono Na’ili’ili. Raised in Waimea, Na’ili’ili brings to life the music of the Paniolo, drawing on his own childhood experiences growing up within this culture and lifestyle. Together the two performers paint a vibrant picture of the hardships and humor of some of Hawaii’s most notorious characters, from the arrival of the first cow to the traditions that shape contemporary life in the islands today.
PANIOLO Stories and Songs from the Hawaiian Cowboy opens Friday November 2 @ 7:00 pm and runs Saturdays November 3 – November 17 @ 4:30 pm with ASL Interpretation Saturday November 17 @ 11:00am and Onstage Workshop November 10 @ 2:30 pm. Performances are at Tenney Theatre on the grounds of The Cathedral of St. Andrew. It is ideal for ages 7 and up. Single tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for youth (18 and under) and $15 for seniors (over 60). HTY For Every Family Pay-What-You-Can performance will be Saturday November 17 @11:00 am. For more information, to receive a season brochure, order tickets to a show or learn more about HTY's educational programming call 839-9885. Tickets may also be ordered online at www.htyweb.org.