About

Dawn Mahealani Douglas has been entertaining audiences on stage and on camera for over 20 years. She grew up studying other dance styles and arts, but she fell in love with the dances of Hawaii, Tahiti, and New Zealand after studying at a halau on the island of Oahu. Mahealani's Polynesian Entertainment began with Dawn giving solo performances as a hula and Tahitian dancer in Atlanta, Georgia in 2017 and quickly grew to a group of performers and theatrical show such as those seen at the hotels in Hawaii from the blowing of the conch shell to the pulsating dances of Tahiti, to the storytelling of the Hawaiian hula, to the skills of the New Zealand Maori people, and ending with the exciting fire knife of Samoa. Now performing over 200 shows a year across 6 states, you can see Mahealani's Polynesian Entertainment at corporate events for companies such as Chick-fil-A with headquarters in Atlanta or on U.S. military bases in the Southeast, as well as at popular attractions like Zoo Atlanta and even in features on all the local news stations. Mahealani’s Polynesian Entertainment perpetuates Hawaiian culture through entertaining and educational experiences and inspires aloha aina (love of the land) by spreading awareness of conservation initiatives. 


*SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT:  Experience Mahealani's Polynesian Revue coming summer 2019. 

Mission

Mahealani’s Polynesian Entertainment perpetuates Hawaiian culture through entertaining and educational experiences and inspires aloha aina (love of the land) by spreading awareness of conservation initiatives. 


*TIP OF THE DAY:  To make a difference for oceans and wildlife, keep an Aloha Honu Kit (love of honu, the Hawaiian green sea turtles) in your car consisting of a reusable drinking straw, a reusable water bottle, and a reusable shopping tote so you can say no to single-use plastics.   Dawn Mahealani Douglas is also a proud supporter of Sea Turtle Conservancy and a green sea turtle she named Mahina. Visit https://conserveturtles.org for information to get involved in protecting our oceans and wildlife.  Mahalo e ke Akua no keia la! Thanks be to God for this day (and His creation)!   

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