Are you still kicking yourself for missing this dynamic hula company when they brought down the house with their trademark thunderous, hip-shaking, theatrical take on Hawai’ian dance in 2005?
Then here’s another chance to see raconteur Patrick Makuakane’s hula mua (hula that evolves). By fluidly weaving modern musical forms like opera, electronica, and pop into the lilting visual vocabulary of Hawaii’s traditional dance, Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu’s return to the WaterCourt Stage will captivate hula purists and newbies alike.
Friday, August 10 and Saturday, August 11 at 8 p.m.
California Plaza, the home site of Grand Performances, is part of the Grand Avenue Cultural Corridor just blocks from Disney Hall and home to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Event Parking at California Plaza
$7.50 after 5 PM (cash only) at the California Plaza garage accessible on Olive, between 1st and 4th streets, 351 S Olive L.A. 90071.
For more information, visit the Grand Performances website or call 213.687.2190.
About the sponsor:
Grand Performances, L.A.’s free outdoor summer performing arts presenter, is known for providing Angelenos with an eclectic mix of high quality performing arts by world-renowned artists across genres. With programming reflective of the many cultural interests of people across the region, GP hosts America's most diverse audience. All are welcome to enjoy GP's unique venue nestled under the Downtown skyline.