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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 »»


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 »»


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 »»

‘The Great Kaua‘i Train Robbery’

January 13, 2011 A thrilling heist, an intricate family drama and a slice of Hawaiian history are rolled into one in Kumu Kahua Theatre’s production of “The Great Kaua‘i Train Robbery,” which comes to the Maui Arts ... more »»

ProArts’ fantastic JONATHAN LEHMAN makes community theater grow

January 6, 2011 ProArts producer Jonathan Lehman has experienced both the joys and pitfalls of community theater over the course of his long career. more »»

It’s funny being RITA RUDNER

December 23, 2010 Since October, “LOL@ MACC” has brought top comedians from around the country to Maui for unforgettable one-night-only performances. more »»

‘The Fantasticks’

December 16, 2010 ProArts’ production of “The Fantasticks,” which opened last Friday evening at the ProArts Playhouse in Kihei, was everything a musical should b. more »»

Nice girls finish first

December 9, 2010 Voted “Best Comedian in Las Vegas” and “Favorite Female Las Vegan” in a town known for its raunchy punch lines, funny-mom Rita Rudner is famous for her demure wardrobe and lady-like sense of humor. more »»

What the Dickens?

December 9, 2010 Kamehameha Schools Maui Drama Club explored the spooky side of Dickens’ classic with its production of “Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story. more »»

MAPA dancers serve up tasty ‘Nutcracker Sweets’ for the holidays

December 2, 2010 Maui Academy of Performing Arts spreads Christmas magic to the west side this weekend with its playfully titled “Nutcracker Sweets. more »»

Christmas presence fills Dickens classic

December 2, 2010 Maui OnStage ushered in the holiday season last weekend with a rendition of Charles Dickens’ classic tale “A Christmas Carol. more »»

Hal Holbrook brings ‘Mark Twain Tonight!’ to Castle Theater

November 25, 2010 At the age of 85, Hal Holbrook has wit, passion and a lifetime’s worth of perspective. more »»

Backstage: Doing things the Wright way

November 18, 2010 Warm, bubbly and infinitely energetic, Carolyn Wright is a Maui Academy of Performing Arts director, teacher, actress, volunteer and super-mom of three. more »»



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