Kihei – Lis Radhe Arcienega (left) and Steven J. Freid attended the Ebb & Flow Arts Multimedia show late last month at the ProArts Playhouse in Azeka Shopping Center Makai; photo submitted by Robert Pollack.
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Famous French Chef Hubert Keller returns to Grand Wailea on July 19 for the Sea to Fire extravaganza. Carla Tracy photos
“French Week” • Friday at Back Door Bake Shop, UH Maui College
Galaxy space slime in all its slimey glory • Saturday at Kahului Public Library, courtesy www.nwpb.org.
The Maui Ukulele Sisters • Saturday at Lahaina Cannery, courtesy the artists.
Jimmy Dillon plays a weekly acoustic show with Brooks Maguire at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Jimmy Dillon Band will play a “Dance Party” at Casanova Italian Restaurant and Deli in Makawao on July 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door.
Willie Nelson (left) joined Maui’s Reggae Ambassador Marty Dread (right) on two new songs on Dread’s forthcoming album, “Everything Must Change.” rpechner.com photo
Tom Holland (left) and Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” Columbia Pictures/Sony via AP
Dave Bautista (left) and KumailNanjiani in a scene from action/comedy “Stuber,” which opens today. Mark Hill/20th Century Fox via AP
Himesh Patel (right) and Lily James in a scene from “Yesterday.” Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures via AP
Tom Holland (left) and Zendaya in a scene from “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” Jay Maidment/Columbia Pictures/Sony via AP
Marc Tolliver (from left), Dean Watt, Scott Smith, Lina Krueger and Julia Schwentor (laying in front) make you laugh and cry, sing and dance when Maui OnStage’s “Mamma Mia!” opens Friday at Historic Iao Theater in Wailuku. Brett Wulfson photo
“Donna and the Dynamos” appear in Maui OnStage’s “Mamma Mia!,” BRETT WULFSON photo
Dakota Welch (clockwise from left), Jena Mukai, Khloe Martinez and Mikaela Petrilli deal with the age old story of sisterly love and acceptance in Maui Academy of Performing Art’s production of “Disney’s Frozen JR.” opening July 19. Peter Swanzy photo
Ethan Baysa (from left), Anuhea Hale, Poli‘ahu Hale and Madison Cordeiro tell the tale of the puppet who wants to be a real boy from Geppetto’s perspective in “Disney’s My Son Pinocchio JR.” opening July 20. Jack Grace photo
Landon Long (from left), Noah Schwartzlow, Chloe Chin, Rory Delaney and Jacob Jerome tackle stereotypes, snobbery and scandal in Theatre Theatre Maui’s production of “Legally Blonde JR.” opening July 18. Ray Chin photo
Catch the five-piece dance band Island Soul, reputed to play everything from Motown to Bruno Mars, Friday at Mulligans on the Blue in Wailea. Image courtesy the artists
Multiple Na Hoku Hanohano Award-winner Kawika Kahiapo performs Wednesday at the slack-key show at Napili Kai Beach Resort. The Maui News file photo