Money Talks

Presents an uplifting shelter-at-home experience

A $50 value for a minimum donation of $10

Because of these unprecedented times, MVT is proud to present a unique virtual theatrical and personal development experience. This entertaining and innovative program is based on the award-winning two-woman musical, MONEY TALKS: But What the Hell is it Saying, which had been booked for June performances as part of our Studio Series. Applauded as “a TED Talk meets Broadway musical,” this family-friendly show about money and self-worth has performed for diverse audiences all over Hawaii, including Doris Duke Theatre where it was professionally video-taped. So we decided to collaborate with the playwrights to bring this inspirational show directly to your living room in exchange for a donation that helps support MVT.

How it works:
You make a donation to MVT through the donation link on this page, then you receive a link to watch at your leisure. As a special bonus, you will get accompanying materials as well as access to a live Q&A with the playwrights on June 6th 2020.
This is an engaging online program for all ages created by the playwrights to enrich your shelter-at-home and post-pandemic experience. This online program features:
• A high-quality, 90-minute video recording (never made public) of MONEY TALKS sold-out performance at the Honolulu Museum of Art
• Introspective questions (in a PDF format) inviting you to ponder or discuss the show’s thought-provoking content
• An interactive Zoom workshop with the dynamic playwrights
• Practical tools to deepen your understanding of your own value in the world
• Free eBook, WHAT’S MY WORTH: Discovering the Priceless Treasure of You

What people are saying about MONEY TALKS: But What the Hell is it Saying…

“Deeply inspiring breath of fresh air!
I wish every artist could see this to remember why we do what we do.”
– Rosalyn Catracchia, award-winning composer and musical director
“Inspirational! I laughed and cried. A message I want my daughters to hear.”
– Maurice Thibodeau, Director of Grown, iQmetrix
“MONEY TALKS takes on the 21st century last modern taboo.
Revealing tender and brazenly funny.” – Kaui Lucas, Producer
Please note: this production will take the place of the originally scheduled June production of Money Talks.