Christopher K. Morgan

Tue, Aug 28 - 10:20pm
Venue: Troesh Studio Theater | Smith Center for the Arts - 715 SW Morrison St Ste 600
Discipline: Dance - Contemporary
Christopher Kau’i Morgan danced hula as a child in California, far from his family’s Native Hawaii. As Morgan developed a body of work in contemporary dance, he longed to connect his Native Hawaiian roots to his contemporary work. "Pōhaku" is a dance theater piece bringing together storytelling, hula, modern dance, classical music, and projections to explore the story of Hawaii’s native people, land loss and fractured identity. The full work includes live chant and percussion, electric cello, video projection, and scenery using Hawaiian kapa cloth.
Exhibitor Organization Name: Advancing Indigenous Performance
Exhibit Number: 234/236
Exhibitor Contact: Christopher K. Morgan
Exhibitor Email:
Exhibitor Telephone: 646-337-3387
Transportation: Yes
Transportation Description: WAA Shuttle from Bellagio to the Smith Center from 3:30 on.
Catch the WAA shuttle from the Bellagio South Tour Lobby (the ride-share are), down one floor from the lobby level.