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Iona’s ‘Dominion’ urges empathy with animals in our orbit

  • MARIE HOBRO / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Moses Goods gets into character as the Raven, a shadow figure in Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre’s “Dominion.” The Raven character takes its cue from the mythological roots of the Pacific Northwest Coast Tlingit tribe. Goods — a triple-threat actor, storyteller and dancer — is appearing for the first time in a nonspeaking role on stage.

  • MARIE HOBRO / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    The Raven character in “Dominion” takes its cue from the mythological roots of the Pacific Northwest Coast’s Tlingit tribe. Moses Goods — a triple-threat actor, storyteller and dancer — is appearing for the first time in a nonspeaking role on stage.

Moses Goods is known both for his dramatic presence and his voice — one that resonates across many stages, in Hawaii and beyond. This weekend, the actor will express himself silently, in character as The Raven in Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre’s original production of “Dominion.” Read more

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