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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 »»

Drowsy Chaperone

November 11, 2010 “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a new musical just off Broadway, hit the Seabury Hall stage last weekend. more »»

Magic, music abound in journey through ProArts’ ‘Oz’

November 11, 2010 Last weekend, ProArts took audiences on a magical, musical adventure with its adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s beloved book “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. more »»

Let Baldwin High ‘Rock-n-Roll’ you back to the 1950s

November 11, 2010 Baldwin High School’s production of “Rock-n-Roll” turned back the clock to the 1950s — if not the real 1950s, then the 1950s of our imaginations — when teenagers were full of hope and innocence and... more »»

Dacing around the world

November 4, 2010 Music swells, bodies soar, feet pound. Dancers become instruments as they beat the rhythm on the Castle Theater stage floor. more »»

Real-live glee from a new semester of high school musicals

October 28, 2010 Towering wigs, crimson lipstick, splashy scenery and larger-than-life characters. What is it about a musical that makes the audience want to break into song? “It takes you to another world. more »»

Where there’s sparks there’s comic fire

October 21, 2010 I never imagined I would be bidding “Backstage” adieu after only nine short months. more »»

The naked truth: ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’ is a hoot

October 21, 2010 ProArts’ production of “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is a delightful musical comedy with a universal message. more »»

What I did for love: Jodi Kimura

October 14, 2010 One night, in the early 1980s, a Maui High School freshman named Jodi Kimura accompanied her Auntie Winnie and her cousin Audrey to the Baldwin High School Auditorium for a production of “The Sound... more »»

STAGE REVIEW: ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

October 14, 2010 Two maiden aunts, three estranged brothers, four cops and thirteen dead bodies, all in one charming Victorian house. more »»

Maui OnStage scares up the classic ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

October 7, 2010 OK, it’s October. You know you’re ready for something creepy. more »»

DHVANI

September 30, 2010 The term “dhvani” means “echo” in sanskrit. But sanskrit is a slippery, inference-laden, nonliteral language —and dhvani is so much more than a mere echo. more »»

Spotlight on Kathy Collins

September 23, 2010 She’s one of Maui’s hardest-working, most-recognizable personalities, a diminutive dynamo with more energy in her baby toe than most of us have in our entire beings. more »»

Stage Review: Hardly happy ‘Homecoming’

September 23, 2010 Maui in 2010 is not North London in 1965. It’s sunny here, blue and pacific. It’s a place more people run to than fro. more »»

Makahiki season brings bumper crop of entertainment choices

September 16, 2010 I always get excited when I feel the seasons beginning to change on our fair island. more »»

MAPA Magic

September 9, 2010 What is a friend? Is it someone who goes along with anything we say or do, no matter how misguided? Someone who flatters us and inflates our egos? Someone from whom we can gain something like status... more »»

State foundation exhibit honors Hawaii’s top artists including David Ward

September 2, 2010 A few years back, a lithe, fit, incredibly talented dancer leapt across the stage in the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater. more »»

The Neighborhood Place hangs out ‘Family Laundry’

August 26, 2010 The Neighborhood Place of Wailuku’s humorous, courageous musical production “Family Laundry” brings to light an issue which affects many island families: alcoholism and underage drinking. more »»

 
 

 

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