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KSM’s ‘Amazing’ hit

April 14, 2011 Kamehameha Drama Club is lifting spirits and touching hearts with a playful, polished production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. more »»

MAPA’s ‘Theophilus North’ explores regions of the heart in lovely, moving production

April 7, 2011 Maui Academy of Performing Arts brought “Theophilus North,” a play by Matthew Burnett based on the novel by Thornton Wilder, to Steppingstone Playhouse last weekend. more »»

SPECIAL EVENTS: Asian-American playwright brings stories to MACC

April 7, 2011 Stories are central to Philip Kan Gotanda. For decades, the playwright has served as a pioneer in bringing the stories of Asian-Americans to life on the nation’s stages. more »»

True North on the moral compass

March 31, 2011 Maui Academy of Performing Arts brings “Theophilus North” to Steppingstone Playhouse this weekend. more »»

Driving ‘Miss Daisy’ home

March 31, 2011 ProArts is racking up a reputation for producing professional-quality theater, and Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic “Driving Miss Daisy” was no exception. more »»

A green take on ‘Driving Miss Daisy’

March 24, 2011 The Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Driving Miss Daisy” pulls in to ProArts Playhouse this weekend. more »»

Maui OnStage mounts spectacular version of Broadway classic

March 17, 2011 Maui Onstage’s production of “Cats” was a spectacular showcase of some of Maui’s finest talent. more »»

Maui OnStage presents ‘CATS,’ a tail of few kitties

March 10, 2011 This weekend at the Historic Iao Theater, Maui OnStage takes on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical sensation “Cats. more »»

STAGE REVIEW: Life meets death, laughter ensues in ‘Marvin’s Room’

March 10, 2011 For a show about terminal illness, Seabury Hall’s production of “Marvin’s Room” was surprisingly uplifting. more »»

STAGE REVIEWS: ‘Oliver!’ captivates

March 10, 2011 With memorable songs, delightful dance numbers and more than 40 talented performers, Baldwin High School’s production of “Oliver!” was a big success. more »»

Back to school with ‘Marvin’s Room’ and ‘Oliver!’

March 3, 2011 Seabury Hall’s spring play, “Marvin’s Room,” and Baldwin High School’s musical “Oliver!” may seem like polar opposites, but the award-winning comic drama and hit musical share a crucial message abou... more »»

Maui OnStage’s ‘Couples’ just ONO! MAPA’s puppets delight kids of all ages

February 24, 2011 Maui OnStage’s latest ONO! (One Night Only!) production, a Valentine’s Day event called “Couples,” was a fun and cheeky look at the ups and downs of relationships. more »»

‘The Vagina Monologues’

February 17, 2011 Tita-GreatScott Productions and Maui Academy of Performing Arts blasted through barriers last Sunday with their production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues. more »»

Alexander Academy of Performing Arts goes flying with

February 10, 2011 The Alexander Academy of Performing Arts studio was a sea of black leotards, pink tights and smiling faces. more »»

STAGE REVIEW: Exciting breakthroughs on the Fringe

February 10, 2011 Maui OnStage brought fringe theater to Maui last weekend with some exciting results. more »»

Maui Fringe Festival brings short, sweet experiments to Iao stage

February 3, 2011 It started as a folk arts festival in Scotland in 1947, and since has become a worldwide phenomenon. more »»

The Maui Fringe Festival

February 3, 2011 The Maui Fringe Festival comes to the Historic Iao Theater this weekend. • Friday: 6 p.m. “Inside Stretched Out”; 7:15 p.m. “Last Questions”; 8:15 p.m. “No Intention of Doing Either”; 9:30 p.m. more »»

STAGE REVIEW

February 3, 2011 “Talk about what you saw here tonight,” said Chris Kepler, director of King Kekaulike High School’s production of “Big Boys Don’t Cry,” after the curtain closed Saturday night. more »»

‘BIG BOYS DON’T CRY’

January 27, 2011 For too many kids, “Big Boys Don’t Cry” hits painfully close to home. more »»

Cosmic Scoop

January 20, 2011 Comedic Buddhadharma teacher Wes ‘Scoop’ Nisker may not know the meaning of life, but he is willing to bet that it is not human beings. more »»

 
 

 

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