Socially distanced, pre-registered participants are invited to join contemporary dance company Adaptations Dance Theater (ADT) as they travel throughout 5 distinct Wailuku Town outdoor locations - much in the spirit of a treasure hunt or pub crawl - offering performances to encourage (re)engagement with these spaces and create the opportunity to make new memories and shared experiences for our community and audience members.
- This was an outdoor, all-ages event that took place on Tuesday, November 23 from 4:00-6:00 PM
- Three rounds of the same show were performed that evening, accommodating three groups of audience members.
- Each performance lasted 25 minutes from start to finish.
- Audience sizes were limited to 15 people per viewing, totaling 45 viewers for the evening, with free reservations made at eventbrite.com
- In order to best support our community and individual's choices in their healthcare decisions, all attendees and participants were required to provide proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon check-in to the November 23 event, taken within 72 hours of the start of the performance for which they are registered. A valid COVID-19 test is a SARS-CoV-2 viral test: either nucleic acid amplification (NAATs), including PCR, or antigen test. The test must show a negative or "not found" result.
- Upon confirmation of the above documentation, audience members were given wristbands to signal to business owners and dancers that they are Wailuku Dance Crawl participants.
Wailuku Dance Crawl performers: Ali Pineo, Hallie Hunt, Emily McKeon, Katie Istvan
About ADT: Incorporated in 2013, Adaptations Dance Theater (ADT) is Maui's contemporary dance company that creates groundbreaking work to spark new energy in the local dance community. By producing original works and creating professional performance opportunities on an annual basis, ADT addresses a specific need to create and sustain a home for professional contemporary dancers on Maui so that they may create, collaborate, and grow in their artistry without having to leave their island home to do so. Simultaneously, ADT also fosters a space where the general public can regularly experience this performing art, presented by artists trained locally and abroad.
ADT’s performance and community outreach programs seek to relay universal human experiences expressed through the visceral form of dance. ADT is proud to be a part of the vibrant arts community on Maui and strives to contribute to the creativity, education, and inspiration of future dancers and art advocates.