Tag: Hawaii Theatre

Hawaii Theatre – a visitor primer

We made a trip to the Hawaii Theatre Centre with some of the HAT Blog ohana recently and I was struck anew by the splendor of the 100-year-old edifice and its remarkable history as the “Pride of the Pacific”, named as such by the papers here and abroad at the time of its September 1922 […]

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Broadway Comes To Hawaii

Hawaii may be thousands of miles from big-time broadways in New York or major stage performances abroad, but we are still lucky enough to get our share of theater year after year. To date, there have been more than a dozen different shows that return to either the Neil Blaisdell Center or Hawaii Theatre – […]

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Funky, Fun, FRINGE Fest in Hawaii

When I first heard about Oahu’s Fringe Festival, I had to look up the term. Fringe, to me, implied a type of bikini with stylish adornments. But thanks to collegiate academia way back when, I recalled the secondary meaning to the term fringe: “not part of the mainstream; unconventional.” Of course, that did not quite […]

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