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Review: Able voices make ‘Beauty and the Beast’ enjoyable

November 8, 2012 Each Maui high school drama department has its own personality, not unlike student bodies themselves. more »»

‘Voice of the Prairie’ visits a bygone era

November 1, 2012 Halloween festivities, a jam packed weekend of entertainment and a tsunami? No worries, the shows must go o. more »»

Review: ‘MacBeth’ an artistic, community endeavor worthy of praise

November 1, 2012 If the first shows of the season are any indication of what playgoers can expect, this is going to be a great year of theater on Mau. more »»

Maui offers bounty of Halloween entertainment

October 25, 2012 Any attempts to attend every crazy Halloween event on Maui would likely turn one into the walking dead. more »»

Review: ‘Salem’s Daughter’ a refreshing alternative

October 25, 2012 The King Kekaulike drama program likes to tackle social awareness, specifically the issues that concern teenager. more »»

History and superstition integral to the story of ‘Macbeth’

October 18, 2012 A great many of William Shakespeare’s plays like “Romeo and Juliet” are based on a true story. But several more like “Macbeth” are actual history — with a little dramatic license. more »»

Seabury’s much-talked about play opens this month: ‘Voice of the Prairie’

October 11, 2012 October is a busy month for events on Maui. In addition to ProArts, Maui OnStage and the MACC, high school theater season begins next week with King Kekaulike’s chilling drama, “Salem’s Daug. more »»

Review: ‘Wife’ has an uproarious second act

October 11, 2012 Sometimes American comedies make the mistake of giving away the best joke too soon. more »»

Ode to late actor, shows, ‘Doubt” review and more

October 4, 2012 This week’s column was supposed to be all about the openings of Maui’s 2012-13 theater season. more »»

Fun atmosphere prevades cast of ‘Run For Your Wife’

September 27, 2012 The British Farce has been a tradition in theater since Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales.” Certainly Shakespeare must have been inspired 200 years later, and Voltaire 200 years after that. more »»

‘DOUBT’

September 20, 2012 Although John Patrick Shanley is not a household name, chances are you know his work. Since 1982, Shanley has had 24 of his plays produced on and off Broadway. more »»

Seabury alumni to help open new creative arts center

September 13, 2012 Seabury Hall performing arts started in a cafeteria almost 25 years ago. “Look how far we’ve come and where we’re going,” says David Ward, director of dance. more »»

Get real at Historic Iao Theater with one-man play on Mark Twain

September 6, 2012 On Monday at the Historic Iao Theater, actor Rick Scheideman will present a one-man show, “Sam Clemens and the Real Mark Twai. more »»

Maui prepares for 2012-13 theatrical season

August 30, 2012 As Broadway prepares for a new season of new shows so does Maui. more »»

Kit Kat Club Cabaret keeps getting bigger and better

August 23, 2012 So you’re looking at this picture and thinking to yourself “yeah right, that’s theater.” Well you’re right, sort of, that’s showbiz. more »»

‘Chino’ LaForge a versatile performer

August 16, 2012 The joke on Maui comedian Curtis “Chino” LaForge is that the only thing bigger than his ego is his size. Chino stands 6’ 5”, 250 lbs. and is of mixed background. more »»

‘Unsung heroes’ keep live theater thriving on Maui

August 9, 2012 Congratulations to all the winners and contestants at last weekend’s “Shower of Stars. more »»

MAPA presents pre-teen theater at its highest level

August 2, 2012 Congratulations to MAPA and Maui OnStage for their recent immensely popular summer musicals. more »»

'Sleeping Beauty'

July 26, 2012 Disney does fairy tales better than anyone else. There might be an exception here and there, but I always envision a Disney image when I think classic fairy tales. more »»

‘Wicked?’ Not! It’s ‘The WONDERFUL Wizard of OZ’

July 19, 2012 I’m sure there’s got to be a Shakespearean or Biblical story that’s been adapted more frequently than Frank Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” but at the very least “Oz” is a close third or fourt. more »»

 
 
 

 

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