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A legend of Hawaii from the play "This Island Earth" (2009)

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Published on Jun 4, 2009

The legend of Prince Kaululā'au of Maui, who outwitted the evil spirits of Lana'i, adapted by Leslie Slape for the play "This Island Earth," a collection of folk tales, myths and legends about humanity's relationship with our planet. The play was written by Leslie Slape and Don Correll, directed by Correll, produced by Lower Columbia College, performed May 27-June 13, 2009, at LCC Center Stage Theatre, Rose Center for the Arts, Longview, WA. Copyright 1998/2009 Slape and Correll. (Some scenes, but not this one, originally appeared in the play "The Time Traveler's Story Guide to Planet Earth," produced in 1998 at Center Stage with the same writers and director.) Prince Ka'ulu: T.J. Wistrick. Evil sprits: Corey Farmer, Phillip Andrew Kennedy, Knichole Campbell, Carl Jansen. King: Derek Mesford. Queen/worker: Emily Soule. Thirsty breadfruit: Kylee Gano. Narrators: Knichole Campbell, Dylan Disch. Filmed at a pickup rehearsal June 3 (that's Don's voice you hear occasionally). Lighting: Don Correll. Set design: Michael Cheney.

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