Postcards from Paradise
Long Beach, CA
The Polynesian Paradise Dancers want to take you on a vacation to Hawaii.
This hula show entitled "Postcards from Paradise" is an enchanting show that will take you back on a nostagic vacation to the South Pacfic. This vibrant performance of exotic hula dancing and heart pounding drum beats of the islands is truly an unforgetable show.
This production is presented by the International touring company the Polynesian Paradise Dancers. This amazing group has toured throught the world and is known for unique and exciting performances.
This hula show is filled with authentic costumes, beautiful male and female dancers, live Hawaiian band and Tahitian drummers.
In 1993, Akemi Welsh started Polynesian Paradise (PPD), a professional Polynesian entertainment company specializing in the traditional dances and music of the Polynesian Islands.
Over the years, the company has had the honor of sharing the culture with audiences all over. They have visited 31 states, and had 10 international tours including Abu Dhabi, China, Japan, Guam, and the Marshall Islands.
Past performances include a daily 5-week run of the “Lilo & Stitch Hawaiian Party” at the El Capitan Theatre (Hollywood, CA) and nightly 8-week run at the Pageant of the Masters (Laguna Beach, CA). PPD has also performed for the celebrity red carpet premieres of Adam Sandler’s 50 First Dates (Westwood, CA), and Disney’s animated feature Lilo & Stitch (first in Hollywood, CA then at Elvis Presley’s Graceland in Memphis, TN) in which our company director was hired as a consultant for the project. Polynesian Paradise Dancers can also be seen dancing in Adam Sandler’s movie Bedtime Stories, and television shows as Glory Days, Backyard Nation, Tuckerville, My Tacky Room and Wizards of Waverly Place. Other highlights include performances at the Playboy Mansion, Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Studios, the homes of celebrities such as Rob Zombie, former mayor of Los Angeles, Jim Hahn, and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
CSULB Gerald Daniel Recital Hall
6200 E Atherton St
The Polynesian Paradise Dancers
International touring company