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MONEY TALKS: But what the hell is it saying?
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Ka Waiwai
Date: October 13, 2018 to October 13, 2018
Where: Ka Waiwai, 1110 University Avenue Suite 100, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
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"Money Talks: But What The Hell Is It Saying?" the wildly true story of 2 women artists, born a generation apart, struggling to understand their own value by writing a broadway musical about money.  You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll leave with a full heart! This two-woman musical show explores love, money and our own self-worth in a subversive and hilariously poignant musical experience. The Money Talks show is written, produced and performed by dynamic duo Lucie Lynch and Marcia Zina Mager, while the Money Talks band is led by the talented Alan Okuye. Lucie LynchLucie is a singer/songwriter and recording artist, originally from Hamburg. She's released 3 albums and has performed on television and radio throughout Europe and the United States. Lucie won Best Actress at the Hamburg Film Festival, and performed her hugely successful original one-woman musical show "Gabriele's Universe", throughout Germany. Lucie plays regularly with her band "The Perfect Wave" at some of Oahu's most popular venues. Marcia Zina MagerMarcia is an international best-selling author and performer, originally from New York City. Her fiction and non-fiction books have been translated into 10 languages. Marcia studied improvisation with Academy-Award winning legend Alan Arkin and has appeared on national television, including a guest-starring role on Hawaii Five-0. She was featured on Lifetime TV's "Beyond Chance" hosted by Melissa Etheridge, and on Japan's hit TV show, "Kiseki Taiken!" Marcia performs around Honolulu, including Aloha Tower Marketplace, Gordon Biersch, HPU, Kumu Kahua Theatre, and Arts at Mark's Garage. Alan OkuyeAlan is a former Atlantic Records recording artist who has toured and recorded with Rickie Lee Jones, Keifer Sutherland, Mic Fleetwood, and many others. He is the co-creator and musical director of "Bandage; the Rock Opera", which performed all over Hollywood from 2000-2013. His music has been used in film, television, and on stage including "Wild Things", "The Gilmore
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