This original production introduces audiences to the Native Hawaiian relationship to pa‘akai (salt). Traditionally, pa‘akai is food, medicine, a sacrament, and a treasured gift. The show follows a family with multiple generations of salt farmers on Kauai, mixing in ancient stories, hula, live music, original songs, and plenty of audience participation into a tasty potluck of performance, joyously served up with aloha. 

Created in partnership with the Bishop Museum and cultural elders and leaders, this performance created by Honolulu Theatre for Youth is intended for a multigenerational audience, so audience members young and old can have this restorative experience together.