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Thursday, November 11, 1999

Tapa


Kennedy Theatre
Catherine Zahrn, left, and Malia Yamamoto perform in
"Above It All" for the "Fall Footholds" concert.



New movements in dance

Young choreographers explore movement beyond modern dance during the University of Hawai'i Department of Theatre and Dance's annual student showcase, "Fall Footholds."

The dance concert takes place 8 p.m. nightly through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre.

Featured will be the works "Basket-full" by Norbert Larson and "Eden" by Cora Yamagata. Both are bachelor of fine arts candidates.

Two other student works will be danced by faculty member Betsy Fisher, and Esther Izuo will have a self-choreographed solo.

Tickets -- $8 general; $6 for non-UH students, seniors, military and UH faculty and staff; and $3 for UH students -- are available at the Kennedy Theatre box office or can be charged by calling the box office at 956-7655.

Note: Late comers will not be seated once the performance starts.



Kamehameha Schools



Ho'olaule'a supports keiki

A country store stocked with produce, plants, crafts and prepared foods will be just one of the attractions at Kamehameha Schools' 23rd annual Ho'olaule'a Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the elementary school campus. Entertainment will include Teresa Bright, Darren Benitez and Kamehameha Schools song and dance groups. Info: 234-6502.



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