Updated August 31, 2017
With support through the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation’s Community Inspiration Program, and our friends at the innovative non-profit Bioneers, Hawaii Poet Laureate Kealoha Wong will perform the full production of The Story of Everything with its entire cast for the first time on the continental U.S. in October 2017.
In The Story of Everything, Kealoha – a slam poet, surfer, and MIT graduate in Nuclear Engingeering (!) – weaves epic poetry and multi-disciplinary performance to tell the story of human origins, drawing from sources as diverse and yet interconnected as the Big Bang theory, the Native Hawaiian creation story, physics, and pop culture:
This performance of The Story of Everything is part of the 2017 Bioneers Conference. Admission is free.
- Sunday, October 22
- Seating 4:30pm
- Performance 5pm
- Marin Center Showcase Theater, San Rafael, California
Click here to learn more about the Bioneers Conference and its Indigenous Forum – a powerful and unique gathering of Native Peoples, building bridges with non-Native allies and each other. We are so thrilled to support Bioneers by bringing this powerful and thought-provoking performance to a new audience.
Thank you to the Ford Foundation, Kalliopeia Foundation, Hawaii Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Engaging the Senses Foundation, and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation for their support of the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Community Inspiration Program and this production of The Story of Everything.