SOS Theatre Fest: Aloha Attire
Stage On Screen (SOS) Theatre Fest will run from May 21 through June 25! All shows are FREE.
On Friday, it’s showtime! Watch the theatrical performance on YouTube (YouTube.com/c/SantaClaritaGov/videos), at 7:00 p.m.! Audience members are encouraged to participate with comments and likes. The cast and crew will be watching and may respond!
The production will also stream on Facebook at: Facebook.com/TheMAINNewhall
Presented by Kumu Kahua Theatre: by and about the people of Hawai'i
Written by Lee Cataluna
Directed by R. Kevin Doyle
SYNOPSIS: Your invitation to the 80s includes the vaguely defined dress code: "aloha attire." What does that even mean? In this play, written specifically for online production, we take a look at classic aloha attire pieces like the shorty-mu‘u, dressy slippers, gold-dipped maile leaf pendants and the 17 ways to wrap a pareu. Let your fashion consultant take you through stories of what we wore, what it meant and why it was so awesome.
Donated funds will support operating costs at Kumu Kahua Theatre: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?donation=kumu
This play will be performed in English and Hawaiian Pidgin
Friday, May 28 at 7:00pmVirtual Event