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Sea marks a sucess

by Stephanie Hickey, Associate Lifestyle editor

   

HPU’s winter production of Seamarks, a play written by the late Gardner Mckay and directed by Joyce Maltby, had a successful run. Peter Kamealoha Clark and Annie Maclachlan starred in this Irish love story that opened in late January and closed Feb. 16.

This was Maltby’s second time directing McKay’s play, which received much praise after a limited run last year at Manoa Valley Theatre. The original cast was reassembled for HPU’s production.

 

Kamealoha played Irish fisherman Colm, while Maclachlan played a welsh spinster, Timothea. After much correspondence via letters and poems, Colm goes to live with Timothea in the city. Conflict ensues when Timothea’s publishing house publishes the poems Colm wrote for her.

According to The Honolulu Advertiser, HPU’s production of this two character play “Combines the primitive poetry of a rough Irish fisherman and the clear-sighted love of a publisher’s assistant. Excellent performances make for a sweetly rewarding evening.”

 
 

 

 

 

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