A Toast & A Tall Tale
October 31, 8:30pm - via Zoom
A virtual adult Halloween celebration. A shelter-in-place alternative to partying in person, complete with spooky stories from professional storytellers.
The House in Kaimuki as told by Lopaka Kapanui. An angry force terrorizes a Kaimuki family, but why?
In Office 106, a new office worker tries to fit in with her colleagues but gets the cold shoulder.
The Cremation of Sam McGee by Robert Service as told by Mauliola Cook. My father told of the freezing cold and the men who search for gold in Alaska. A tale of the frozen north, howling huskies, icy winds blowing, and promises made and kept.
Fernando is not allowed to use the path behind the school to walk home. Listen to Lopaka Kapanui as he tells what happens when Fernando gets curious about the dangers that lie in wait.
- Celebrate the spooky season with the master of macabre’s classic tale of treachery and guilt — the Tell-Tale Heart. Edgar Allan Poe weaves a story of a plan for the perfect crime, upended by an insistent sound in the dark. Told by Aito Simpson-Steele.
A Zoom meeting link will be sent to your email address after registration.
This event will be recorded and may be posted online. By purchasing a ticket, you agree that your party's participation in the event may be recorded by Hawaii Arts Alliance for future use.