Maui Arts & Entertainment

The Peek-a-Bows launch Episode 2 on Christmas Eve

December 24, 2021, 5:01 AM HST
* Updated December 24, 5:02 AM
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PC: The Peek-a-Bows.

Maui-based musical group, The Peek-a-Bows, announced the release of their second episode entitled “ʻOhana” on Christmas Eve.

This is part of a three-episode series created for young children ages 2-6.

Each episode of The Peek-a-Bows is woven around three colorful characters ʻAlani, Lena, and Poni (both in live-action and animation form) as they share Hawaiian values through music videos, animation and talk-story segments with cultural practitioners and experts in their field.

Episode two is set in Maui at Hale Hōʻikeʻike at the Bailey House Museum. Here, The Peek-a-Bows talk-story with Kumu Hula Sissy Lake-Farm and discuss the importance of aloha and ʻohana. There is also a surprise from the keiki of Hālau Makana Aloha O Ka Lauaʻe.

With assistance from the County of Maui Office of Economic Development and Indiegogo backers, The Peek-a-Bows creators, Gerilyn Emata and Cyndi Mayo-Akeo, have been able to develop three episodes centered around different Hawaiian themes.

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The Peek-a-Bows is a co-production between Peek-a-Bows Maui, LLC and Twiddle Productions Inc. based in Honolulu.

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Join us as we launch the remaining episodes on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.

  • Peek-a-Bows Episode 2: ‘Ohana – Friday, Dec. 24, 2021
  • Peek-a-Bows Episode 3: Lōkahi – Friday, Dec. 31, 2021
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