Washington DC: Christopher K. Morgan & Artists at Dance Place
In Pohaku, Christopher K. Morgan explores his own internal struggle as a mixed-race person and universal themes of loss and fractured identity, told through the lens of Hawaii’s native people. Incorporating traditional hula and music with contemporary dance and live electric cello, the solo integrates traditional and modern practices in a seamless storytelling and movement experience.
“[D]irect, transcendent and entrancing.” (Sarah Kaufman, The Washington Post).
[Christopher K. Morgan photo by Sareen Hairabedian]
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