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Na Maka O Pu'uwai Aloha presents HO'IKE 2017: HEROES - 12:00 PM

Join Kumu Hula Mandi Scott and Na Maka O Pu‘uwai Aloha, as they showcase various performances in hip hop, jazz, ballet, tap, `ukulele, guitar and voice. This, their Ho‘ike 2017, is an annual recital to benefit the studio’s scholarship fund which provides educational scholarships to its dancers.

April 29 12:00 PM  
Na Maka O Pu'uwai Aloha presents HO'IKE 2017: HEROES - 6:00 PM

Join Kumu Hula Mandi Scott and Na Maka O Pu‘uwai Aloha, as they showcase various performances in hip hop, jazz, ballet, tap, `ukulele, guitar and voice. This, their Ho‘ike 2017, is an annual recital to benefit the studio’s scholarship fund which provides educational scholarships to its dancers.

April 29 6:00 PM  
IOLANI PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS: 'IOLANI ORCHESTRAS: A MUSICAL JOURNEY

A Musical Journey will feature six of 'Iolani School's orchestral ensembles performing repertoire from the classical canon, along with world and fiddle music. Featured on the program are the beautiful East-meets-West piece for string orchestra 'Love Song from Kangding' by composer Albert Wang and the epic 'Warrior Legacy' by composer Soon Hee Newbold.

April 30 4:00 PM  
Hawaii Theatre Education presents MR. STEVE - Student Matinees

"Mr. Steve" Roslonek, the award-winning children’s singer/songwriter and national host of PBS KIDS, makes a stop at the Hawaii Theatre Center for two special Student Matinee performances! This charismatic performer shares his inventive, original music and lyrics during interactive, high-energy shows that inform while they entertain.

May 4 9:00 AM
Patrick Makuakāne and Nā Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu Present: THE NATIVES ARE RESTLESS

The Natives Are Restless explores the issues of imperialism, sovereignty and occupation in Hawai’i, its impact on the Hawaiian Kingdom and the native resistance that continues today. Told through hula, this full-length, multimedia production is a thrilling new reiteration of the hālauʻs iconic show that originally premiered in 1998, and will showcase Kumu Hula Patrick Makuakāne’s innovative choreography. Live music will be provided by the music duo Kūpaoa.

May 05 | 7:30 PM May 06 | 7:30 PM  
Mid-Pacific Institute presents RESPECTING MOTHER EARTH

Join Kumu Hula Michael Lanakila Casupang and Pūpūkahi I Ke Alo o Nā Pua of Mid-Pacific Institute in celebrating our sacred earth, its origins, and the bounty that the ʻāina provides. Through the chants that have been left for us, we will share the importance of natureʻs wonders in how Hawaiians viewed their world through poetry. The universe of music and dance allows us to stop for a moment to remember the importance of the earth in our lives, especially as we look towards the future.

May 7 5:00 PM  
PA'I Foundation MAMo 2017 WEARABLE ART SHOW

PAʻI Foundation presents the popular MAMo 2017 Wearable Arts Show! Not a regular fashion show, the MAMo Wearable Arts Show features Native Hawaiian and indigenous designers in a production that features fashion, accessories, jewelry, adornments and live music and cultural presentations.

May 17 7:00 PM  
IOLANI PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS: THE IOLANI STAGE BANDS IN CONCERT WITH JAZZ TRUMPET MASTER BOBBY SHEW

An afternoon of music featuring three student jazz big bands and the Tam-Young Jazz Combo from 'Iolani School. This final performance of the school year will feature Jazz trumpet master Bobby Shew performing with the groups. Trumpet icon Bobby Shew is a mentor and inspiration to both professional and amateur players worldwide. He has performed in the big bands of Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Bill Hollman, Maynard Ferguson, Oliver Nelson, and Toshiko Akiyoshi, and as a featured soloist with Art Pepper, Bud Shank, the Horace Silver Quintet, and Frank Strazzeri-Sam Most.

May 21 4:00 PM  
Hawaiian Airlines presents MISS HAWAII 2017

Miss Hawaii 2017 features our brightest and most beautiful! Fifteen state finalists will vie for the coveted Miss Hawaii title and the opportunity to compete at Miss America in Atlantic City this September.

June 10 6:00 PM  
Gay Men's Chorus of Honolulu presents LET'S BE PERFECTLY QUEER

Join the Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu for a closer look at the music from old Hawai‘i through Broadway, right to the Heart, in their 2017 Pride Concert, “Let’s Be Perfectly Queer.” We’ll have our own take on some classic gay anthems, a delicious lick of social parody, to help you see the world more queerly. Join us on Sunday, June 11, 5:30 pm for a Perfectly Queer time!

June 11 5:30 PM  
HTC Education & Palikū Academy of Performing Arts (PAPA) present BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Hawaii Theatre Center Education is proud to host Disney's timeless classic Beauty and the Beast, now a Broadway Musical, brought to life in collaboration with the Palikū Academy of Performing Arts (PAPA) summer theater camp and directed by John-Paul “J.P.” Tai.

July 21 | 6:00 PM July 22 | 1:00 PM July 22 | 6:00 PM July 23 | 1:00 PM July 28 | 6:00 PM July 29 | 1:00 PM July 29 | 6:00 PM July 30 | 1:00 PM  
AEG presents JIM JEFFRIES: THE UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT TOUR

Comedian Jim Jefferies has just announced the Unusual Punishment Tour, his latest major multi-city standup comedy tour that will take him across the United States and Canada throughout the rest of the year. He will be at the HAWAII THEATRE on Saturday, AUGUST 19, 2017 for one show only! Tickets are on sale now!

August 19 8:00 PM  
Gay Men's Chorus of Honolulu presents GLITTER AND BE GAY

The holiday season will shimmer and sparkle with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu in their 2017 Christmas program “Glitter And Be Gay”. You can count on a rollicking festive time with seasonal tunes – familiar, popular, and inspiring. Take a little break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season on December 17, 5:30pm.

December 17 5:30 PM