BRING IT HOME 2017
Adaptations Dance Theater's Annual Summer Dance Concert
Our annual dance concert "brings home" dancers and choreographers with close ties to Hawai'i as part of our mission to create a home on Maui for professional dancers, whether trained locally or abroad.
5:30 PM: Opening Night Reception
7 PM: Performance & After Party
Open to age 21 & over
7 PM: Performance
Open to all ages
Seabury Hall's A'ali'ikuhonua Creative Arts Center / 480 Olinda Road, Makawao
BRING IT HOME 2017
Summer Dance Concert Information
One of the driving goals of ADT has been to sustain and contribute to the art movement in Hawai'i by offering a home to professional contemporary dancers, as well as create an outlet through which world-renowned dance can be regularly experienced by the local community. Through Bring it Home, ADT hopes to inspire a culturally-dynamic and continually growing community of dance on Maui by bringing home professional dancers to share their gifts with the community that raised them, as well as giving performance opportunities to dynamic, professional Maui resident artists.
ADT is proud to announce its Bring it Home 2017 program...
Featuring special guest choreographers and artists
Ali McKeon of Menlowe Ballet
Nathaniel Hunt of Ballet Hispánico
with ADT resident choreographers and artists
Hallie Hunt and Amelia Couture, and the 2017 cast of resident Maui dancers
A huge MAHALO to our Bring it Home 2017 business partners and sponsors:
Alexander Academy of Performing Arts
Ajja DeShayne Photography
Consuelo's Kitchen and Catering
Fuzion Fit, Inc.
Jonathan Greenfield Desserts
Maui Dance Project
St. John's Episcopal Church
Tim Garcia Catering
A LOOK BACK: BRING IT HOME 2016
The 1st Annual Bring it Home dance concert featured guest artists from the mainland- Ali McKeon, Katie Istvan, and Nathaniel Hunt. The concert included a cast of Maui resident dancers Hanna Claerbout, Amelia Couture, Jen Cox, Hallie Hunt, Emily McKeon, Will Spindler, and Nicole D. Yezzi.
The Bring it Home program featured “A Riot of Bones” by Amelia Couture with original score by composer Toby Couture, alongside "Adaptations" by Hallie Hunt and Amelia Couture, and "So Lo" by Nathaniel Hunt.