Flowers of Hawaii
November 20, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Kennedy Theatre
Play by Lee Cataluna,
Directed by Lurana Donnels O’Malley.
What are the things we share, and what are the things we keep under lock and key? In Lee Cataluna’s Flowers of Hawaii, meet the quirky, troubled and resilient members of a multi-generational local family as they battle over love, sex, money and inheritance.
Cataluna—award-winning Hawaii playwright, novelist, and journalist—blends humor with sadness, mixes passion with vitriol, to create a vibrant play that is as varied as the flowers of our island. Flowers of Hawaii, to be streamed live with a cast of 15 performers, is the first UH Manoa production of a Cataluna play.
Content warning: Strong language, sexual situations, violence, domestic abuse and suicide.
Streaming Tickets | Special Streaming Discount: $15 Adult, $10 Discount Groups (UH Faculty/Staff, Seniors, Military, Youth, Non-UHM Students), $5 UHM Student with valid Fall 2020 UHM ID
Theatre and Dance, Mānoa Campus
Kennedy Theatre, (808) 956-7677, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://manoa.hawaii.edu/liveonstage/flowers/