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by Natalie P. McGeehan, student writer


The theme is children book author Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are. The admission price is $200 per guest, however admission for volunteers are free. It is a great opportunity to meet Honolulu’s elite art crowd.

Crystal Brewe, IONA’s managing director and HPU alumna invites students to volunteer for the event. Many of the tasks will involve assisting in the set-up and breakdown of the set, and helping out with various tasks thoughout the event.

The three shifts that volunteers can register for are:

• 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
• 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
• 5:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.

Beverages and a light lunch/dinner will be provided.

“ Volunteers for IONA gain experience in event management, public relations, performing arts management, and have the opportunities to rub shoulders with some of the most affluent people on the island,” Brewe said.

Last year the cast of Lost attended this event.

The IONA Dance Club is known for its visually stimulating performance and should provide a memorable experience.

According to the promoters, performers dressed in full costume will be on hand as:

• Jungle Boys to mingle, massage, and entertain.
• Human Petting Zoo where imagination runs free.
• Miss Kitty and her entourage of wild animals.
• Urban Jungle silent; exquisite objects and experiences open for bids.

“ IONA has been stunning audiences with their provocative performances for over 10 years” said Brewe. “This event allows IONA fans to get up close and personal with the dancers in a dinner theatre format with live interaction. You never know what will happen from year to year, but you do know that everyone will have a good time.”

The money raised will go to the Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre. For more information about volunteer positions or tickets purchases E-mail Crystal Brewe at info@iona360.com or call 808-262-0110.

 

 

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