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THREE GENERATIONS OF WOMEN SHINE AN EMPOWERING LIGHT
ON A SHADOWY SUBJECT: MONEY
When 80-year-old Joyce Maltby, founder of HPU's theatre program, saw the award-winning 2-woman musical, MONEY TALKS: But What the Hell is it Saying, she was deeply affected. "Everyone needs to see this show," she declared, and soon jumped onboard as director.
MONEY TALKS merges the inspirational aspects of a TED Talk with the glitter and excitement of a Broadway musical. It's the true story of 40-year-old international singer/songwriter Lucie Lynch and 63-year-old international best-selling author Marcia Zina Mager. Both artists were grappling with Hawaii's high cost of living and decided to channel their financial woes by writing a Broadway musical about money.
Like the Vagina Monologues which brought global issues of women's sexuality out of the shadows, MONEY TALKS offers a radical perspective on a murky subject almost everyone struggles with: Money & self-worth.
Take a peek at the show trailer and audience sizzle reel one and two.
MONEY TALKS won the Maui Fringe Festival Audience Choice award;
broke box office records at the Oahu Fringe Festival; performed for the entire Oahu women's prison; received standing ovations from recovering drug addicts at Habilitat; played at Turtle Bay Hilton for an international software corporation; and continues to wow theatre, church, synagogue, and corporate audiences all over Hawaii.
Alan Okuye, musical director, is a former Atlantic Records recording artist who has toured with such iconic singer/songwriters as Rickie Lee Jones, Bobby Womack, and Kiefer Sutherland.