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A dance with abandon
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|Title:||A dance with abandon|
|Authors:||Pualoa, Kelsie Kehaulani|
|Date Issued:||May 2012|
|Publisher:||[Honolulu] : [University of Hawaii at Manoa], [May 2012]|
|Abstract:||Keola Kapuni--37, Hawaiian-mixed woman, slender, light brown skin.|
Andrew Wayland--23, Caucasian-Local mix, still has some freshness to his face, not muscular, closer to lanky.
Ruth Kapuni--52, Hawaiian woman, broad, tall.
KEOLA's "loft" is above the ballet studio that she owns. It feels more like a second ballet studio, a separate place for her to practice, than it does like a living space. There are mirrors lining the walls, black floors, and a bar--like any ballet studio. The furniture is sparse--one twin bed, a makeshift kitchen, a set of free bars, which she uses to hang dresses, and a standalone set of drawers. There are two futons pushed together and covered with faded, flowery sheets. A pile of clothes sits next to the bed. Behind the futon there is ANDREW's drawing table facing the mirror. His architectural sketches are taped to the mirrors in various places around the apartment.
The apartment door is U.R. facing downstage. The bathroom door is also U.R. but facing stage left.
|Description:||M.A. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2012.|
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M.A. - English|
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