“Windward Community College presents Theatre 260 students and alumni in a world premiere Hawaiian Youth Theatre play The Epic Voyage of Kāne‘āpua, written and directed by Moses Goods onstage at Palikū Theatre February 18 through February 24.“
“Angel Cruz is a 30-year-old bicycle messenger awaiting trial for the death of the leader of a religious cult.”
“Shakespeare’s most popular comedy meets the high-energy song and dance of Bollywood as magic rules the forest and the mischievous creatures play havoc with everyone’s love life.”
“ With lines being forgotten, love triangles unraveling and sardines flying everywhere, it’s complete pandemonium. Can the cast pull their act together on the stage even if they can't behind the scenes?“
“Based on a true story, this poetic one-man show recounts a compelling narrative of physical appropriation.”
“This nation-wide festival consists of over 50 companies all over the United States each presenting a world premiere production of a work by one or more female playwrights.”
“The O’ahu Fringe Festival is coming to Chinatown Honolulu soon for its sixth season on January 10 – 13, 2019. The Fringe is open to any and all performing artists; giving all involved a place to showcase their work in an atmosphere of community and creativity.”
“PEILING KAO DANCES is proud to present its 6th home season, One Body, Five Dances, Six Perspectives. The production addresses the postcolonial body in postmodern dance, featuring Kao as a solo dancer throughout.”
“MURDER AT THE VICTORIAN ESTATE! is an original, improvised show inspired by films such as Clue! And Haunted Honeymoon.”
“This highly acclaimed solo play, which appeared on both The N.Y. Times and The New Yorker magazine’s Top Ten Plays of 2012, is a haunting and often fiercely funny meditation on life as a state of permanent exile.”
“Jim leaves the bright lights of show business behind to settle down on his farmhouse in Connecticut...but life just isn't the same without a bit of song and dance.”
“Pocatello is a comedic and heartfelt look into the changing landscape of middle America, and the flawed and lovable people trying to build a home on shifting ground.”
Kumu Kahua Theatre’s Dark Night Series was created to offer other theatre groups, playwrights, and performance artists the opportunity to present their work to the community.
June is the First Fall is a queer and moving slice of life with interweaving scenes in Hawai‘i and NYC, spanning time from the 1840s to the present.
Nanakuli Performing Arts Center, in collaboration with PlayBuilders Theatre Company, is proud to present Dragonfly: A Young Local Girl's Journey Through Foster Care.
This is a continuation of the conversation that began last spring when we collaborated with Hawaii Pacific University on The #MeToo Monologues.