Monday, June 16, 2014

Red Barn Theatre presents The Polynesian Paradise Dancers!

The Polynesian Paradise Dancers!
       "Hawaiian Holiday!" 

A delightful vacation romp to various Hawaiian locations and adventures.

Sun. July 27, 2014, at 7pm

Celebrate summer's sultry sassy sounds in this variety show of music, songs, sing-a-longs, trombone, fiddle and jokes, followed by refreshments.

Red Barn Theater, 948 N. Main
TICKETS: $15: age 13 and older, 
$10: age 2 to 11.

The Polynesian Paradise Dancers want to take you on an enchanting vacation to the South Pacfic. This vibrant performance of exotic hula dancing and heart pounding drum beats of the islands includes audience interaction and many aspects of the 1959 South Pacific culture.
This production is presented by the International touring company the Polynesian Paradise Dancers. This amazing group has toured throughout the world and is known for unique and exciting performances.
This hula show is filled with authentic costumes and beautiful dancers.

The year is 1959, and Hawaii has just joined the union. The new direct flights from the Mainland to the islands have opened up the Hawaiian experience to a whole new generation. 

Past performances include a daily 5-week run of the “Lilo & Stitch Hawaiian Party” at the El Capitan Theatre (Hollywood, CA) and nightly 8-week run at the Pageant of the Masters (Laguna Beach, CA). PPD has also performed for the celebrity premieres of Disney’sanimated feature Lilo & Stitch (first in Hollywood, CA then at Elvis Presley’s Graceland in Memphis, TN), as well as Adam Sandler’s 50 First Dates in Westwood, CA. Polynesian Paradise Dancers can also be seen dancing in dam Sandler’s movie Bedtime Stories, and television shows as Backyard Nation, Tuckerville, My Tacky Room and Wizards of Waverly Place. Other highlights include performances at the Playboy Mansion, Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Studios, the homes of celebrities such as Rob Zombie, former mayor of Los Angeles, Jim Hahn, and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger. 

Established in 1993, Akemi Welsh started the Polynesian Paradise Dancers (PPD), a professional Polynesian entertainment company specializing in the traditional dances of music from the Polynesian Islands. Over the years, the company has had the honor of sharing the culture with audiences all over. They have visited 31 states, and had 10 international tours including Abu Dhabi, China, Japan, Guam, and the Marshall Islands. 

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