“Benise’s Nights of Fire! Hawaii” has gone dark at the Waikiki Beachcomber after just two months of performances.
“Experience the Beatles with RAIN” becomes ever more convincing as the show progresses
Learn about the history and culture of hula from some of its most illustrious names.
A “celebration of life” for award-winning actor and director Glenn Cannon will take place May 25.
MVT’s “Bloody Murder” is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.
Hawaii residents heading to Legends in Concert Waikiki are invited to a complim
Hawaii Opera Theatre’s production begins slowly, but the pace picks up when soprano Jill Garner sweeps in.
“Tosca” is one of the most popular operas in the repertoire, and it’s easy to see why.
“The Belle’s Stratagem” is simply a delightful costume comedy of early feminism.
Kumu Kahua Theatre kicks off its 43rd season in August with a world premiere play by Nancy Moss.
The award-winning actor and director, educator and mentor to generations of local actors died April 20.
Three world-class specialty acts and Hawaii’s own Vili “Vili the Warrior” Fehoko are the attractions in “Aloha Live.”
The new musical project, under the direction of bandleader Matt Catingub, will debut later this year.
Written by Kishida Rio, “Thread Hell” is a tale of death, revenge and the exploitation/manipulation of women by men.
“Aloha Live” — described as “one part luau, one part cirque, two parts fun” — opens Friday, April 12.
Hawaii Pacific University’s “Hedda Gabler” is one of the most dynamic stage surprises of the season.
The veteran Hawaii news anchor will star with the award-winning actress in in June at the Hawaii Theatre.
Mature themes may make the show inappropriate for children, but Diamond Head Theatre’s “9 to 5: The Musical” is a delightful office romp.
“All That Remains” is a respectful tribute to — and grim vision of — what some Japanese-Americans endured to support liberty and justice.
Waikiki rarely sees anything different in showroom entertainment. “Benise’s Nights of Fire! Hawaii” changes that.
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