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COST (seating type in parenthesis):
Adult: $72.91 (Silver) - $83.32 (Gold) - $93.74 (Platinum)
Child (6-12 Years Old): $31.24 (Silver) - $41.66 (Gold) - $52.07 (Platinum)
Child (3-5 Years Old): FREE Seat
Lap Infant (0-2 Years Old): FREE
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AVAILABLE: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
TIME: 5:00 pm
CHECK IN: 4:30 pm
CHECK IN LOCATION: Maui Theatre
, 878 Front Street, Lahaina HI
There is a wind and rain particular to Maui that rises at twilight. It whispers of other places and other times, both mythic and real. It blows between daylight and night, between times and worlds. It is hopeful and cleansing. The ancient Hawaiian name for this wind is ?Ulalena.
‘Ulalena is as authentically Hawaiian as the Maui wind and twilight rain for which it is named. Contemporary Hawaiian cultural experts drew on traditions preserved in chants and dance to produce this 21st century interpretation of a two-thousand-year-old culture, translation myth to motion and using modern stagecraft to tell ancient tales. This is the powerful story of Maui, of a people rooted in the natural world of their island, of changes brought by the outside world, and the return to those ancestral roots.
‘Ulalena outlines a captivating story of creation, transformation and rebirth – a universal message that crosses many people, places and cultures. Honoring our past is as important as creating our future. We hope you are inspired to celebrate your lineage, sustain the traditions of your past and present, and pass them on through future generations.
From the beginnings of the Hawaiian civilization to the fall of the monarchy, award-winning ‘Ulalena presents the history of Hawai‘i through the stories and legends that have lived through our ancestors. Hele mai, come … join us on a journey through the creation, transformation and rebirth of the Hawaiian islands and its people.