APEX Express

APEX Express – March 10, 2005

Caught between Hollywood and Waikiki, local and native, performer Leilani
dives into the post-colonial psyche. Apex talks with members of Teada
Productions that also includes a performance by Shyamala about an
Indo-American’s transformation into a fierce household goddess as well as
Lao-American comedian Ova. Also, hear about live percussion music at
Bansuri Springs that happens soon at this very special store. And, Apex’s
Rainjita talks with an author whose new book reflects the richness and
conflicts of being Filipina-African American. Plus film reviews of the
NAATA film fest with tix give-aways; music, calendar and more!

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