Wailuku – Following the Sunday performance of Maui OnStage Youth Theater’s “Once On This Island,” Jaimie Tirona (clockwise from bottom left), Rylynn Guthrie, Ian Smith, Sophia Gallegos and Dakota Welch got to meet Michael Jackowitz, of Witzend Productions, who was the producer of the Broadway version of the show; Brett Wulfson photo.
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Alive & Well’s Heidi Wessel (left) and store supervisor Morgan Bocon are showcasing lemongrass bahn mi and mac crack fish. CARLA TRACY photo
Photo ops of an outrigger canoe in a coconut grove abound.
Hostess Kamalei Santos Bras greets guests from behind a giant clam shell.
Kulahaven rainbow trout farmer John Dobovan (left) showcases two fish fresh from the tank and Mama’s fish fabricator/purchasing manager Sean Asuncion holds up a 20-pound mahimahi caught by Alan Cadiz at a community buoy.
Lukas Nelson (center) & Promise of the Real • Tuesday & Wednesday at Paia; courtesy the artists.
Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins • Friday at MACC; courtesy the MACC.
Dancers performing in “Boys in Trouble” • Monday at Omori Studio A, MACC; LYDIA DANILLER photo.
Alan Akaka (shown in photo), Bobby Ingano and Geronimo “Geri” Valdriz are three of the headliners featured at the Maui Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival taking place April 12 through 13 at Lahaina’s Outlets of Maui and April 14 at Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center in Kahului. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.mauisteelguitarfestival.com. Don Touchi photos
Geronimo “Geri” Valdriz
Matthew McConaughey (left) and Snoop Dogg in a scene from “The Beach Bum.” Neon via AP
Cast members of King K’s “Annie” clockwise from top left: Bella Gross-Hellson, Madelyn LaCount, Kiana Miyashiro, Puakenikeni Kepler and Electra Richards; JACK GRACE photo.
Rod the puppet (from left), Logan Heller and Director David Belew in ProArts presentation of the Hawaii premiere of “Avenue Q,” Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, opening Friday, April 12 and running through May 5 at the ProArts Playhouse at Azeka Shopping Center Makai in Kihei. Tickets are $26. For more information or to purchase tickets for any ProArts event, call 463-6550 or visit www.proartsmaui.com. “Avenue Q” contains adult content and is not appropriate for children. Jack Grace photo