“This play, originally written by one of theatre’s most influential theorists and practitioners, questions how can any person be good while desperately struggling to make ends meet.”
“HTY continues its 2018-2019 season with a world premiere play created for our youngest audiences.”
“When Ed and his three adult sons come together to celebrate Christmas, they enjoy cheerful trash talking, pranks, and takeout Chinese.”
“TRUE WEST is a character study that examines the relationship between Austin, a screenwriter, and his older brother Lee.”
“From funky fetish to the fabulously grotesque, Club Freak is where our eclectic group of performers take you on a journey of the many forms fantasy can take.”
“From the writer of the critically acclaimed Death of the Persian Prince and A Normal Life comes the award-winning new play, The Crusade of Connor Stephens, where extreme loss shakes a Texas family as it comes to terms with a tragic act of violence.”
“A 2017 Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, this highly acclaimed play explores the lives, hearts and minds of nine high school girls on an indoor soccer team.”
The myth is well known: Orpheus, a talented musician, falls in love with the beautiful Eurydice.
High-energy with non-stop thrills, the musical addresses themes of social injustice and exploitative labor practices, and features a David-versus-Goliath struggle as the young newsboys learn to harness their power.
This classic set in 1890 Norway centers around the unhappy Hedda, trapped in a loveless marriage, who manipulates everyone around her, infecting them with her misery and destroying lives.
Considered one of Shakespeare's Four Great Tragedies, King Lear is the story of a king struggling against the ravages of age, his three daughters struggling with his increasingly erratic behavior, and a scheming villain trying to usurp the crown for himself.
Helena loves Bertram, a “bright particular star” that is out of her orbit.
Manoa Valley Theatre is proud to present its season finale live on stage from July 5 – 22 at Kaimuki High School.
Playing for two weekends only at the Ong King Arts Center, this show marks the triumphant finale of EVOLVE Theatre Company’s debut season!