(C) 2010 Written by Cass Foster & Bill Alewyn
Opens at WIT’s End new location in Kukui Grove Mall near Macy’s next toDeli & Bread Connection all four 4-day weekends in September 3RD to 27TH.
Three actors take on the impossible task of wearing the skin of nearly 60 zany,unpredictable and fun-loving characters over 90 fast-paced minutes. Pantomime, cheap laughs, malapropisms, endless slides, song, audience members learning how to Hula and all at break-neck speed to help keep our audience in stitches. Guests already committed to appear include the Marx Brothers, Elvis, Gilligan, Pele, three U.S. Presidents, Queen Liliuokalani, Abbot & Costello and more who do not wish to have their names publicized.
Yes, the one and only scribed and staged history (albeit unofficial history) of Hawaii going back centuries to the cold, harsh and fragrant (flagrant?) political realities of 2020.
WARNING:THIS is NOT the HISTORY OF HAWAII as TAUGHT at UH
- One local male actor
- Three actors of the ethnicity of their choosing.
DATE / TIME:
Monday, Tuesday June 29th and 30th at 6:30pm,
WIT’s End 2020 location, Kukui Grove Mall next to Deli & Bread.
Rehearsals start July 5TH.
Actors regardless of their level of experience are encouraged to audition. After all, according to Rosalind Russell (RIP) acting can be done by anyone. It really is very simple. “Acting is standing up naked and turning around very slowly.”