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‘Live’ Dance Concert Is Full Of New, Old Talent

Pulse Productions/24-VII Danceforce will perform '4 Love ... Live 4' at 4 and 7:30 p.m. July 5 and 6 at Paliku Theatre, featuring familiar dancers from present and past shows, including (from left) Kanoenoe Esteves, Tamara Rapp, Tiara Rapp and Christopher Di Prete. Photo from Marcelo Pacleb.

Pulse Productions/24-VII Danceforce will perform ’4 Love … Live 4′ at 4 and 7:30 p.m. July 5 and 6 at Paliku Theatre, featuring familiar dancers from present and past shows, including (from left) Kanoenoe Esteves, Tamara Rapp, Tiara Rapp and Christopher Di Prete. Photo from Marcelo Pacleb.

A fusion of voice, music and dance artistry are at the heart of the latest collaboration between Pulse Productions and 24-VII Danceforce.

The fourth in their “Live” concert series — “4 Love … Live 4″ — will take over the Paliku Theatre stage at 4 and 7:30 p.m. July 5 and 6, offering new works by veteran choreographers as well as a dozen new ones on the rise. Reserved tickets cost $35 (front aisle seats), $30 VIP and $20 general at 247dance.org.

The show is a home reunion of all five Anguay sisters, who have danced and acted in Ron Bright plays at Castle High and stretched their talent to Broadway musicals. Jade, Zoey, Jewl, Jana and Tori all will perform together, along with Elika Santos, Mel Zepeda, Broadway veteran Mahi’ai Kekumu and Na Hoku winner Starr Kalahiki.

“Every one of the Live shows is a labor of love, hard work, sweat and a tireless team effort to provide quality entertainment that the entire family can enjoy,” said 24-VII founder Marcelo Pacleb.

Directing the band will be 2014 Na Hoku winners Jana and Fred Alcain, who won for their album Hope Is Alive from New Hope Oahu.

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