The White Rabbit Lost in Chinatown

The White Rabbit Lost in Chinatown, is an audience interactive, structured improvisation performance. Actors, dancers, and singers play characters based on Lewis Carrol's beloved classic "Alice in Wonderland". Characters will be stationed at different indoor and outdoor spaces around chinatown, and the audience will have to follow, interact, and watch as the Sun Yat Sen Park behind the Historic Hawaii Theatre becomes Wonderland. Audience members are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and be prepared to get a little messy.


Buy Tickets: Jan 11 @ 6pm, Jan 11 @ 730pm

(Please note that door sales for this show can only be purchased at The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nu'uanu Ave on the night. No tickets will be sold at Sun Yat Sen Park. You are encouraged to buy online to avoid missing out on a ticket).

Venue: Sun Yat Sen Park. 1100 Bethel Street

Date/Time: Jan 11 @ 6pm, Jan 11 @ 730pm

Duration: 60mins

Genre: Audience Interactive Theatre

Warnings: Adults Only, Not suitable for persons who cannot walk or stand for at least 1 hour

More info: Playbuilders


Company

Playbuilders of Hawaii Theatre company’s mission is to gather and share real stories that resonate with, empower, and connect individuals throughout the culturally rich and diverse communities of Hawaii. As a community-based theater company, PlayBuilders employs professional playwrights and directors to write and produce works in collaboration with communities who wish to share their stories. This is PlayBuilders third performance at Oahu Fringe.


Becky McGarvey
is a choreographer, actor, dancer, and singer based here in Honolulu. She received a BFA from the University of Hawaii which included a semester at the Boston Conservatory. She is a dancer with IONA Contemporary Dance Theatre, and a dance fitness instructor at Star Fitness Hawaii. This is her third production as a director with the Oahu Fringe Festival, and fourth production choreographing with Playbuilders.

Press

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(808)352-1317

beckymcgarvey@gmail.com



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


The White Rabbit Lost in Chinatown

An interactive theatre adventure


Playbuilders of Hawaii Theatre Company Presents: The White Rabbit Lost in Chinatown as a part of the Oahu Fringe Festival 2019. 2 hour-long performances will take place on Friday January 11 at 6pm and 7:30pm, starting at the Sun Yat-sen Park behind the historic Hawaii Theatre, featuring an all female cast. Tickets are $10, available online via the Honolulu Box Office at www.oahufringe.com, or at the door.


The White Rabbit Lost in Chinatown is an audience-interactive show that takes place at multiple venues and outdoor areas throughout Chinatown. Some community partners confirmed are the Louis Pohl Gallery and Valia Hawaii. Dancers and actors play characters from Lewis Carroll’s beloved classic “Alice in Wonderland, and will be stationed at different venues around Chinatown. Audience members will have to interact, follow, and watch the characters as they perform and guide them to the next location, beginning and ending at the Sun Yat-sen Park. Audience are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and be prepared to get a little messy. The Oahu Fringe Festival will run Jan 10-13 at various venues around Chinatown, a completed schedule and more information about the showsare available at www.oahufringe.com.


Becky McGarvey is a choreographer, actor, dancer, and singer based here in Honolulu. She received a BFA from the University of Hawaii which included a semester at the Boston Conservatory. She is adancer with IONA Contemporary Dance Theatre, and Divino Ritmo. She has choreographed work for the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (2016), and for past Oahu Fringe Festival with the shows “Coin Operated Boy and Other Tales” (2012) and “Framed: A Living Art Gallery”(2015) with Spatial Sculptors, Honolulu’s all improvised modern dance company. She has choreographed work for Playbuilders’“Wahiawa: Remembah Wen” (2012), “Xenophobia: Face Your Fears”(2014), and “Dragonfly” (2017)


Playbuilders of HawaiiTheatre company’s mission is to gather and share real stories that resonate with, empower, and connect individuals throughout the culturally rich and diverse communities of Hawaii. As a community-based theater company, PlayBuilders employs professional playwrights and directors to write and produce works in collaboration with communities who wish to share their stories. This is PlayBuilders third performance at Oahu Fringe.


Sun Yat Sen Park