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Prime Time Series
September 21-25, 2022
Directed by Reiko Ho
A devised theatre project exploring Asian Identity in Hawaiʻi and America
“What does it mean to be Asian in 2022?” Faced with the rise of Anti-Asian hate crimes and the continuing need for representation and voice, guest director Reiko Ho leads students on a deep dive into Asian American history in Hawaiʻi and the continent to create a multi-media theatrical performance. The show will feature poems by “da Pidgin Guerrilla,” Lee Tonouchi and may include original student monologues, scenes, spoken word, video, dance, and music.
This production explores adult themes and includes strong language and references to racism and racial slurs. Please note: this production may include flashing lights and fog effects.
A post-show Q&A with the cast will be offered after every performance for audience members to attend.
*Sunday September 25th performance will include ASL sign language interpretation
$8 UHM Student with current UHM ID
$13 Non-UHM Student/Youth
$16 UH Faculty/Staff, Military, Senior
$18 Regular (Adult)