New Native Theatre Presents: Duke by Moses Goods

April 12 - 15, 2017

Moses Goods, Actor and Playwright
Ryan Sueoka, Tour Manager

Award-winning actor, writer and storyteller, Moses Goods, takes the stage in his one-man show, ‘Duke,’ which portrays the remarkable life of Duke Paoa Kahanamoku (1890-1968). Hawaii’s first Olympic gold medalist and the father of modern surfing, Duke Kahanamoku is one of the most beloved figures in Hawaiian history. Duke lived through Hawaii’s transition from an independent Nation to a U.S territory and on to statehood. Known for his humility, kindness and love of community, Duke’s fame and renown made him a source of inspiration for all.

Moses Goods, based in Honolulu, Hawaii, travels both nationally and internationally to perform his original work. Goods was awarded a certificate of appreciation from the United Nations Association of the United States of America Honolulu Chapter for his creation of the play, ‘Duke.’ New

Native Theatre is a new way of thinking about, looking at, and staging Native American stories for the stage. It is located in the Twin Cities and is the only professional Native American theatre company in the Upper Midwest. Find New Native Theatre at newnativetheatre.org.

Tickets

General $25 with Pay-as-Able option at door

Performance Schedule
April 12th, 7:30pm
April 13th, 7:30pm
April 14th, 7:30pm
April 15th, 2:00pm
April 15th, 7:30pm

Runtime is 1 hour; no intermission.

Recommended for ages eight and older.

Accessibility

Contact Open Eye at peter.rusk@openeyetheatre.org or 612-874-6338 for other accessibility information.