Two Men. Two Hawaiian Destinies.
Moses Goods and Vinnie Linares each present a one-man play which examine the lives and destinies of two men coming from two entirely different cultures, one, a Hawaii-born ali’i, and the other, a farmerâ€™s son from Belgium. Through their eyes and words, we become an intimate witness to their challenging evolutions as two men leaving a significant imprint on Hawaiian history. Moses Goods in The Legend of Kaululaâ€™au is an old Hawaiian tale of how a spirited boy takes his rightful place among legends. This solo performance retells the story of how Kaulula’au faces demons, prophecy, and a very testy father, to truly find and accept where he belongs. Vinnie Linares in Damien highlights the significant moments of Father Damienâ€™s life as the leper priest of Molokai. Awakened from his deadly slumber, he takes a journey through his turbulent and compelling life until 1879, answering his detractors and critics, a journey that eventually takes him home again. Tickets: $20, $25