Venue Details

416 Star Starred
Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB
6200 Atherton Street Long Beach, CA 90815
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There is no bad seat. Theybonly have seats upto U.
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Richard Balling
The parking is very disorganized at MTW. Be sure to allow time going in and getting out. On the Atherton side, they are usually line up into the street. It appears there is only one line, but there is normally two. There is just no sign or person to let you know . You may see someone a block away swing their arms, if anything.
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24 ratings
3.9 average rating
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142 events
127 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 14 2008

The dancing, costumes and staging were very nicely done. The narrator presented sections in a very interesting way. The overall theme concentrated on the ancient religious beliefs of the Hawaiians.

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102 events
97 reviews
17 stars
attended Mar 15 2008

A great evening of entertainment and dance. The dance pieces were beautifully choreographed and the dancers in amazing sync. I would see this dance company again and recommend to others. Thanks for a great evening of entertainment.

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75 events
69 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 14 2008

This was one of the worst events I ever attended. It comes close to The Barthalomew's Fair I saw in London many years ago and which I now peg as an unentertaining and save-your-money event. This Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu was a bore to the teeth. I...continued

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Based on the groundbreaking new book of the same name by Lucia Tarallo Jensen and Natalie Mahina Jensen, Daughters of Haumea recreates the roles of the ancient women of Hawai’i through an exciting blend of hula kahiko, hula ‘auana, and hula mua. Hula mua is Patrick Makuakâne’s trademark style of hula, which pays homage to tradition while bringing hula into a modern realm. The book, Daughters of Haumea, is the winner of the 2006 Ka Palapala Po’okela award for excellence in general Hawaiian culture.