CHATHAM, NY: Christopher K. Morgan Pōhaku at PS21
Christopher K. Morgan Pōhaku
Choreographer Morgan danced hula as a child in California, far from his family’s Native Hawaii. For Pōhaku, an evening-length solo dance, Morgan brings together storytelling, hula, modern dance, classical music, and projection design. He incorporates his personal stories into the larger story of Hawaii’s native people. Pōhaku features live music by Kumu Hula Elsie Kaleihulukea Ryder and classically trained electric cellist Wytold. In addition to being Artistic director of his dance company, Christopher K. Morgan and Artists, Morgan is the Director of the Dance Omi International Dance Collective residency in Columbia County, NY. A Talk Back with the artists will follow the performance.
$35/$30 members/$18 students (school ID required for college students)
This event was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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