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Hawaii Shakespeare Festival to Launch 21st Season With ROMEO AND JULIET & More Photo Hawaii Shakespeare Festival to Launch 21st Season With ROMEO AND JULIET & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2022

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival will launch its twenty-first season, themed Civil Brawls, in a new venue-KOA Theater-with two related plays, Both Your Houses and Romeo and Juliet, sharing a cast and running in rep from August 12 to August 28.

Kumu Kahua Theatre Announces Casting For #HAOLEBOYFRIEND, Kicking off its 51st Season Photo Kumu Kahua Theatre Announces Casting For #HAOLEBOYFRIEND, Kicking off its 51st Season
by Stephi Wild - Jul 31, 2021

Five former math geeks and high school besties reunite fifteen years after they've graduated from Pearl City to wrestle with secrets, major life changes and guacamole at their favorite karaoke room. If you requested Lady Marmalade from the DJ at your prom, this play is dedicated to you. 

Kumu Kahua Theatre Announces 51st Season Photo Kumu Kahua Theatre Announces 51st Season
by Stephi Wild - Jul 31, 2021

The theatre will continue to offer a digital representation of shows for those who have been watching across the state and world, or are otherwise unable to visit the theatre in person.  They'll also continue to present closed captioned digital performances, and digital shows will still be offered on a pay-what-you-will basis.

Hawaii Shakespeare Festival Announces 2020 Online Season
by Stephi Wild - Jun 22, 2020

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival's (HSF) nineteenth season is full of romance and humor and is all virtual! We kick off with As You Like It opening July 17, then Love's Labour's Lost opening August 7, and conclude with Merry Wives of Windsor opening August 14. All shows will be performed live online via Zoom.

Original Founders Return to Hawaii Shakespeare Festival
by Stephi Wild - Jun 6, 2018

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) celebrates its seventeenth season with the return of all three founding members: Tony Pisculli, R. Kevin Garcia Doyle, and Harry Wong, III. The last time all three directed together was during HSF's 10th season in 2011. The season kicks off with Shakespeare's twisted, fairy-tale take on romantic comedy All's Well That Ends Well, opening July 13. Next is Shakespeare's most painful tragedy King Lear, opening July 27. The season concludes with Henrik Ibsen's dark drama Hedda Gabler, opening August 10.

COMMEDIA REP Launches Hawaii Shakespeare Festival's 14th Season Today
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2015

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) celebrates its fourteenth season at The ARTS at Marks Garage in the center of the vibrant downtown arts district. This year, HSF continues its post-canon-completion tradition of scheduling experimental or non-Shakespeare plays alongside traditional works. The upcoming season includes a commedia dell'arte rep, opening tonight, July 10; Winter's Tale, opening July 24; and Othello, opening August 14.

THE WINTER'S TALE, OTHELLO and More Set for Hawaii Shakespeare Festival's 14th Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2015

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) celebrates its fourteenth season at The ARTS at Marks Garage in the center of the vibrant downtown arts district. This year, HSF continues its post-canon-completion tradition of scheduling experimental or non-Shakespeare plays alongside traditional works. The upcoming season includes a commedia dell'arte rep, opening July 10; Winter's Tale, opening July 24; and Othello, opening August 14.

Kumu Kahua Theatre Presents THE UNDERNEATH, Now thru 12/7
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2014

The 44th season at Kumu Kahua Theatre continues with a world premiere of a new Susan Soon He Stanton play. Susan also wrote Whatever Happened to John Boy Kihano' and The Art of Preservation, both of which also premiered at Kumu Kahua Theatre.

Kumu Kahua Theatre to Present THE UNDERNEATH, 11/6-12/7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2014

The 44th season at Kumu Kahua Theatre continues with a world premiere of a new Susan Soon He Stanton play. Susan also wrote Whatever Happened to John Boy Kihano' and The Art of Preservation, both of which also premiered at Kumu Kahua Theatre.

2014 Hawaii Shakespeare Festival Announces Lineup
by Louisa Brady - Jun 27, 2014

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) returns to The ARTS at Marks Garage in the center of the vibrant downtown arts district for its thirteenth season. After completing the canon (all 38 of Shakespeare's plays in twelve years), HSF stretches out in new directions with classics from other playwrights, apocrypha and experimental work.