Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities

Hauwahine's Dream Story

Children's ecological morality tale that takes place in Kawainui Marsh and reflects the virtue of an older Hawaiian style of life. The program centers on the story of Hauwahine, the guardian moʻo (lizard) of Kawainui Marsh and other living things that make their home at the marsh. Uses live actors, puppets, nature film sequences and children's art. Also stars Aunty Irmgard Farden Aluli and oli (chants) by Māpuana de Silva.

Languages: English

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