Living and Dying in Hawai'i: "Koi, Like The Fish"

Jun 20, 2014

John Wat, recently retired theatre professor at Mid Pacific Institute, plays Koi in Keali'iwahine Hokoana's "Koi, Like the Fish"
Credit Kumu Kahua

  

Reb Beau Allen plays Bryce and Nani Morita plays Yosepha in "Koi, Like the Fish"
Credit Kumu Kahua

  

  How will I die?  It's not a comfortable question, but that question, how will I die?, becomes a family matter very quickly in Hawai’i.  That is the subject of the current production, "Koi, Like the Fish", at Kumu Kahua Theatre.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.

“Koi, Like the Fish” continues at Kumu Kahua Theatre through June 29th.   By popular demand, Lee Cataluna’s “Flowers of Hawai’i” returns for encore performances starting July 24th .  Kumu Kahua is also continuing its theatre arts classes at the Kaka’ako Agora.  

http://kumukahua.org/koi-like-the-fish