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Enjoying the Maui Academy of Performing Arts Garden Party Oct. 6 at Yokouchi Family Estate are Carol Reiman (from left), Myrna Baggao Breen and Jennifer Nguyen. The annual event raises funds for MAPA’s educational performaing arts programs.
LENI SOKALSKI photo
Maui Stars OnStage includes performances by Lily O Lei (from left), Sadie Vine, Miss F-Bomb and Bourbon Layne of Cabaret and Cocktails. The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Historic Iao Theater. BRETT WULFSON photo
Celebrated Trio con Brio Copenhagen plays MACC’s Castle Theater on Sunday at 3 p.m. The Trio comprises Korean-born sisters, Soo-Kyung Hong (cello) and Soo-Jin Hong (violin), along with Danish pianist, Jens Elvekjaer.
Jesse Eisenberg (from left) Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin are shown in a scene from “Zombieland: Double Tap.” Columbia Pictures photo
Amy Hanaiali‘i will be one of the musical artists performing at the 22nd annual Pumpkin Festival at Emmanuel Lutheran School in Kahului on Friday.
Patty Lee Silva (from left), Mikel Gosney, Laura Lee Cole, William Nill, Felicia Chernicki-Wulf, Jake Pecaut, Lia De Souza and Derek Nakagawa are part of the chorus line in “Evil Dead the Musical” opening at ProArts Playhouse in Kihei Friday. Like all of the international productions over the years, ProArt’s “Evil Dead the Musical” will include a splash zone — higher priced seating where you are virtually guaranteed to be soaked in faux blood. Photo by Brett Wulfson.
Will Smith is shown portraying both Junior (foreground) and Henry Brogan in the Ang Lee film “Gemini Man.” Paramount Pictures photo via AP
Festivals of Aloha comes to Hana Saturday with events scheduled through Oct. 26.
Kris Kristofferson & The Strangers perform in MACC’s Castle Theater on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The show is a benefit concert for Na Keiki O Emalia and the MACC. Na Keiki O Emalia is a Maui-based nonprofit organization that provides support to grieving children, teens, and their families to help them heal after the death of a loved one.
The cast of “Rock of Ages” will take the stage beginning Oct. 25 at Historic Iao Theater. This abbreviated teen adaptation of the Tony-nominated Broadway rock musical features the hits of Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Journey, Night Ranger, REO Speedwagon, Twisted Sister and many more hard rock standards. Cast is listed from left to right: Mikaela Lagasca, Rachel Robinson, Max Huston (kneeling), Jeremiah “J.J.” Hipp, Georgia Eyerman (kneeling), Maggie McManus, Rylynn Guthrie, Jaimie Tirona (kneeling), Molly Oberg, Emily McCargar, Bailey Miller (seated), Sammy Webb (kneeling), Sophia Gallegos, Sylvie Goodblatt, Jacqueline Grimes (kneeling), Sage Campbell, Anuhea Hale (kneeling), Christina Luautu, Siena Schwartz (kneeling), Amber Seelig and Sara Oberg. JACK GRACE photo