Leprechauns and Lies Makes a Journey at the Hollywood Fringe Festival

Chad Kukahiko demonstrating how Music is actually Math in “Leprechauns and Lies.”

Energy can never be destroyed — it only changes, so Chad Kukahiko’s reminds us in his one man show Leprechauns and Lies as the show is an energetic examination of life in a comedic and audience involving fashion.

FromWashington,DC, toSalt Lake CitytoHonolulu, from childhood, to school house, to church, to the present moment, this journey takes you back-and-forth through the mind and times of a Mormon-raised Hawaiian. The performer   explores the universe and soul that might make you question your thought process and sanity. Kukahiko uses song, story, a unique dance, comedy, and music — and that all spices a lot of truth. He implores physics, the metaphysical, spiritual, logic, innocence, current events, and soul searching on his journey with the audience to a freeing experience.

Kukahiko  somewhat reminds you  physically and in style of  Rob Reiner’s Meathead character, Archie Bunker’s key rival on All in the Family, son-in-law Michael.

Directed by Laurelann Porter Leprechauns and Lies is part of the varied fare currently staging as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. The production is just over an hour without intermission. Remaining shows are Friday, June 15, @ 7 p.m.; Sunday, June 17, @ 10 p.m.; Monday, June 18, @ 7 p.m.; Saturday, June 23, @ 5:30 pm, and Sunday, June 24, @ 1 p.m. The Sunday, June 17, show is pay-what-you-can and the others shows are $10. Purchase tickets at LeprechaunsAndLies.com. The show stages @ The Asylum Lab located at 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood.


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