“One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure”
NEW IMAGINARIUM SHOW AT WINDWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE — AUGUST 8, 2014Windward Community College
Mktg & Public Rel Dir, Windward Community College
Mary Beth Laychak, 235-7350
Imaginarium Manager, Natural Sciences
Windward Community College’s Imaginarium will debut its newest show Friday, August 8, at 7pm and 8pm. One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure follows Sesame Streetʻs Big Bird, Elmo, and their new friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, as they learn about the sun, moon and the stars.
One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure (a family show)
Date: Friday, August 8, 2014
Time: 7:00 & 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $5/child (12 and under); $6/UH, military or senior (65 and up); $7/adults
Reservations: Please call 235-7433 for reservations.
Located on the Windward Community College campus at 45-720 Kea‘ahala Rd. in Kāne‘ohe, Imaginarium shows are open to the public and enjoyed by audiences of all ages.
Show Description –
Young audience members will be thrilled when they find themselves on a virtual Sesame Street with their famous friends, Big Bird and Elmo. The fun begins when Elmo's friend, Hu Hu Zhu, visits from China and the three of them take the audience on an exciting journey of discovery to learn about the Sun, stars, and Big Dipper. Elmo and Hu Hu Zhu blast off on an imaginary trip to the Moon and when they return home to Earth everyone discovers that, no matter where we live, we all share the same sky.
One World One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure was made possible by the generous donation of the Iris and Rodney Fukui family through the Imaginarium's Adopt-a-Show sponsorship program.
About the Hōkūlani Imaginarium
Hawaiian for Starry Heavens, Windward Community College’s Hōkūlani Imaginarium is a high-tech planetarium and multi-media facility. The 84-seat theater houses a Definiti 4K fulldome system from Sky-Skan. The Digital Sky2 technology allows audiences to experience immersive adventures in a true 360° environment. Viewers feel like they are part of the unfolding scene, whether it is falling through a black hole, flying through Saturn’s rings or witnessing the beginnings of the universe.