"Judas features a wild cast of characters – Mother Teresa, Pontius Pilate, Sigmund Freud, even Satan himself – to ask the question, 'What happened to Judas Iscariot?'"
"Chaminade will conclude the festival with its first Hawaiian Language play, Nā Kau A Hiʻiaka written and directed by the first UHM Hawaiian theatre MFA graduate, Kau’i Kaina."
"Next up in the festival is The Virtue in Propaganda, an original work by UHM graduate Michelle Huynh."
"The 2017 season concludes with a Chekhov mini-festival, headlined by Seagull, Chekhov’s masterpiece of love, innocence, betrayal, and the price of pursuing an artistic life."
"The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) celebrates its sixteenth season with a festival-within-a-festival at the newly remodeled The ARTS at Marks Garage."
"This final segment in the original "Once Upon One Time" musical comedy trilogy, by Lisa Matsumoto and Roslyn Catracchia, continues the delightful adaptation of the traditional fairy tales we all know and love."
"Inventive and timely, Quiara Alegria Hudes' Pulitzer Prize-winning Water By the Spoonful is a powerful, compassionate look at the meaning of family, and the burdens we must carry to protect it."
"The old friends spend the evening telling stories, laughing and sharing food. But it’s not a party, because Uncle's regularly scheduled garage party is CANCELLED tonight!"
"You'll be on the edge of your seat as this thriller masterfully moves from one moment of suspense to another and builds toward an electrifying, breath-stopping final scene!"
'All Shook Up is a musical comedy built around a number of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. It’s not a biographical revue, but rather a tale of mistaken identity and romance inspired by Twelfth Night and other Shakespearean comedies.'
"This new drama explores Islamophobia and what it means to be Muslim in post-9/11 America."
"Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat is an epic cycle of 17 short plays examining the personal and political effect of war on modern life."
"A love story one minute and a tragedy the next; the father soon learns the fate of his lost son, as well as his own, though not before Alcandre teaches him an important lesson about the nature of magic, art, life, and love."
"Faced with the perception that her life no longer has significant meaning, Jessie has decided to kill herself, and makes her intentions clear to her mother, Thelma. Will she or won’t she end her life? And why?"