A volcanic eruption threatens the Chaves's land in rural Hawaii. Will they come together to adapt and survive before it's too late?
When his daughter Charlene brings her girlfriend home for a vacation, Wally Chaves is surprised to find her different from the girl he remembers. He is taken aback at her modern, mainland lifestyle as well as her refusal to support his latest venture: a coffee farm in their backyard. His determination clashes with her resistance, both to the coffee and her rural Hawaiian roots. Faced with the threat of an impending lava flow and his family’s insistence that he retire, Wally must embrace a new vision for his future, or risk losing everything.
- Producer: Henry 'Heno' Fernandez
- Associate Producer: Giovanni Ortega
- Dramaturg: Luis Alfaro
- Scenic Designer: Justin Huen
- Lighting Designer: Lily Bartenstein
- Sound Designer: Jesse Mandapat
- Costume Designer: Mylette Nora
- Stage Manager: Letitia Chang
- Casting Director: Raul Staggs