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Welcome to the Historic Hawaii Theatre

Proclaimed as the “Pride of the Pacific,” the beautiful Hawaii Theatre has been entertaining Hawaii’s audiences for more than 90 years. From vaudevilles and plays to silent films, musicals, ballets and concerts, the theatre’s popularity has grown and continues to charm eager showgoers and curious audiences alike. We invite you to take a step back in time and experience the best of both worlds in today’s beautifully restored multi-purpose arts center.

COMING SOON

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Iolani School Performing Arts Department presents

IOLANI ORCHESTRAS 4 & 5 IN CONCERT

April 29, 2015

The 'Iolani School Orchestra program is one of the finest in the state of Hawaii. The top two orchestras in our program will perform the Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasilieras #5 for 8 cellos, Fernandez - Batuque, the iconic Shostakovich - Cello Concerto, movement 4, with Kahler Suzuki, soloist, and more.

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Iolani School Performing Arts Department presents

IOLANI SYMPHONIC BAND / WIND ENSEMBLE IN CONCERT

May 01, 2015

The 'Iolani School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble​ present their​ final concert of the 2015 season. The program will feature a few wind band classics, a few modern pieces including a new innovative composition by Boston composer John Mackey, and a medley of tunes from the anime classic, “Spirited Away.”

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Mid-Pacific Institute presents

BACK TO BASICS

May 03, 2015

Pūpūkahi I Ke Alo O Nā Pua of Mid-Pacific Institute under the direction of Kumu Hula Michael Lanakila Casupang, present their annual end of the year hula concert. This yearʻs concert theme, Back To Basics, will take a look at the basics of our Hula style.

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IONA Contemporary Dance Theatre presents

DOMINION

May 8-10, 2015

Hawaii’s premier dance ensemble celebrates their 25th anniversary with the World Premiere of DOMINION - a startling and moving original work by IONA Artistic Director Cheryl Flaharty. Through dance, spoken word, and multi-media imagery, Dominion delves into the relationship between humans and animals, the food industry, and the rapidly growing extinction of animals.

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