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‘Elf: The Musical’ a holiday hit

December 4, 2014 Short of a sold-out Castle Theater show, “Elf: The Musical” was the most crowded opening night I have witnessed since “Cats” in 2010. more »»

Bill Ma­her

November 27, 2014 *Comedian will return to Maui in January for show at the MACC Phone conversations with Bill Maher are beginning to become an annual tradition for me. more »»

‘Elf’ The Musical

November 20, 2014 There are very few things I dislike more than a sappy, low-budget, Hallmark Christmas movie, but when sentimental stories work, they work. more »»


November 13, 2014 The Maui Arts & Cultural Center is throwing itself a party on Saturday to celebrate 20 years of arts, entertainment, culture and community on Maui… and it’s FREE! TWENTYfest, the 20th anniversary... more »»

More teenage drama ...

November 13, 2014 There are two schools of thought in presenting youth theater. The first is choosing familiar material well-suited for a current group of students. more »»

Drama, drama, drama

November 6, 2014 A virtual whirlwind of performing arts on Maui is about to commence, with four to five productions running every weekend over the next six week. more »»

Events sure to provide a Haunting Halloween

October 30, 2014 If you can’t find anything fun to do around Halloween on Maui, you’re either overly picky or incredibly uninformed. more »»

MAPA’s ‘Glass Menagerie’ a Maui masterpiece

October 30, 2014 Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” is such an exquisite and impeccable script that as long as the proper theater team is in place, equipped with discerning eyes for detail, it is nearly... more »»

Maui Comedy Festival

October 23, 2014 There are a handful of world-renowned comedy festivals, in particular Montreal’s “Just For Laughs. more »»

The Glass Menagerie

October 16, 2014 When it comes to naming the greatest examples of American writing, Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” certainly belongs on the list. more »»

Worlds collide in Guru of Chai

October 9, 2014 In recent years, more than a few India-themed performing arts productions have come to Maui. Thus far, all of them have been extraordinary, yet sparsely attended. more »»

Penn & Teller

October 2, 2014 When revealing that I would be interviewing Penn Jillette, I was encouraged to “ask about the tiger mauling.” Although I hadn’t planned the question, now I had to mention it. more »»

‘Wait Until Dark’ saves best frights for last

October 2, 2014 Offering a review on “Wait Until Dark” is a bit like telling someone Bruce Willis is really a ghost in “The Sixth Sense. more »»

'Wait Until Dark'

September 25, 2014 A 1966 New York Post review proclaimed “Wait Until Dark” “a first rate shocker. . . the suspense thriller we’ve long awaited eagerly.” Horror on stage is a rarity. more »»

‘Koi, Like the Fish’

September 18, 2014 Wil Kahele, director of Kumu Kahua Theatre’s “Koi, Like the Fish,” shared his thoughts on adult caregiving, “No matter how well meaning family may be, especially in care- giving, there’s no good guy... more »»

Director has brought a lesser-known comedy gem of a play to Maui and cast it perfectly

September 18, 2014 The ProArts Playhouse has presented many comedies over the years, but when it comes to continuously laughing out loud, its current production, “The Dixie Swim Club,” may be its funniest offering to... more »»

Friendship shines in touching story of ‘The Dixie Swim Club’

September 11, 2014 A recent Oregon production of “The Dixie Swim Club” was described as the sisterhood of the traveling swimsuit. more »»

Ron White

September 4, 2014 Cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking Ron “Tater Salad” White, not unlike frequent Maui visitor Bill Maher, has a loyal fan followin. more »»

And . . . Action!

August 28, 2014 Just like going back to school, Broadway and the entire theater world begin to present their newest offerings every year in late Augus. more »»

Miss Saigon

August 21, 2014 It would be easy to have modest expectations for “Miss Saigon.” For starters, topping last summer’s “Les Miserables” is quite a colossal task. more »»



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