Saturday, September 24 from 7pm to 11pm, local non-profit dance company Prince Dance Theatre is hosting Return to the Carnival of Exotic Mayhem, a fundraising dance party on the stage at Kahilu Theatre.
Even bigger than last year, the fundraiser will feature crazy costumes, video projections, magic, fire dancers, go-go dancers, aerialists, dance and cabaret performances from members of the company, and more, while DJ Danny Waddell serves up the best in body rocking dance music all night long in a wild and carnival like setting.
Prince Dance Theatre is raising funds to aid in the creation of its newest work Black Matter, a collaborative effort between Artistic Director Angel Prince and Jean-Charles Cuillandre from Canada France Hawaii. Black Matter aims to be both an informative and an entertaining dance theatre piece on the topic of space and dark matter, and will also have an outreach component to it in which the company and astronomer will go into local schools to present the work in an imaginative and educational manner for students. A new evening length work created for theatres is set to premier in the spring of 2017.
Return to the Carnival of Exotic Mayhem is an all ages event and attendees are encouraged to dress up in fun carnival gear and join in on the mayhem. Get ready for an unforgettable night with Prince Dance Theatre at Kahilu Theatre!
Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for under twelve, and $100 for the VIP package, which includes 2 beverage tickets, 1 food ticket, 5 prize giveaway tickets and dancer escorted entrance to VIP areas. Tickets are available at www.princedance.org or by calling Noelani at 808.854.6646