Still on my Back

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Once more the Chinatown storefront space, The ARTS at Marks Garage, becomes the setting for the continuation of the exploration of addictions, real and imagined. Centered around a gallery opening of Michael Harada’s provocative masks, the cast of Still on my Back spill out into the streets and sidewalks blurring the boundaries of theatre and reality.




“The tangible charm and ultimate success of Monkey Waterfall is that it makes the impossible look easy.

Joseph T. Rozmiarek, The Honolulu Advertiser