A typical show includes:
dances from at least four islands
explanation of what we're dancing about
an audience participation number (optional)
authentic costumes for each island, handcrafted by us
no coconut bras
Types of dances
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Ft Meade Tahiti
Performance at Ft Meade
University performance Tahiti otea
University Maryland performance Tahitian otea
Teaching soldiers to dance
Tahitian dance lesson
Before show selfie
Always excited to dance!
Pink costumes for spring cherry blossom performance
Generally, fast, hip-shaking dancing
All dances tell stories from the Polynesian islands
Our male dancers can share war dances from Fiji, including the spear dance
Hula from Hawaii
We share hula kahiko (ancient hula) as well as hula auana (modern hula)
Hula with implements
Some hula dances use implements such as the ipu (gourd), 'uli'ulis (feathered rattles) and pu'ilis (bamboo sticks)
Our warriors will perform a fierce Maori haka, or war dance, from Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Maori short poi
Our ladies can perform short poi, long poi and a haka
Explanation of dances
We always teach a little about our island cultures during our performance
Maori long poi
We can do glow-in-the-dark poi as well
Our men can perform an exciting mako or mauluulu
A beautiful and graceful taualunga from Tonga
We can teach a male warrior dance to your guests
A fun, flirty dance for the girls, or a simple hula.
Our shows conclude dramatically with the Samoan fireknife dance or Maori fire poi.
We love getting to know you and your guests, and always have time for a picture after our show!