Moon cycles have the ability to transform worlds, creatures, and beings on earth since the beginning of time. But what does the moon wish for? Whom does it love? What if it can feel all the transformations it triggers? And what if it is moved to stop all its revolutions?
These ideas are central to moonshine, a new cabaret project directed and produced by Imana Gunawan, as she explores realms of oral storytelling, visual installation, costume design, and environment-stimulated dance composition. The evening-length production will be performed August 16 at the Neptune Theater as part of the Nights at the Neptune series.
moonshine will feature choreography by Imana Gunawan, dance performance by Au Collective, costumes by Hallie Scott, visuals by Anissa Amalia, and new music by Seattle's best - Donte "DaQween" Johnson, Emma Lee Toyoda, and CarLarans - all produced by LUNA GOD.
The cabaret is FREE with RSVP. Food will be provided by That Brown Girl Cooks! and the Neptune Theater will provide a cash bar.
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Photos by Imana Gunawan, video by Hallie Scott.