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Palikū Theatre

 

 
 

 

Welcome to the Jewel of the Windward side!

Concerts, drama, musicals, dance programs, film festivals, lectures, intimate Hawaiian music sessions — they’re all part of what island audiences can look forward to in Palikū Theatre.

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The Wiz. Playing at Paliku Theatre September 7 - 30

The Wiz

The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. An I’m A Bright Kid Foundation production in conjunction with Palikū Theatre.

September 7 - 30

Purchase Tickets

$29 Adults

$24 Seniors (65+), Students (13+ with school ID), Active Military

$19 Children (Ages 4-12)>

Prices for premium seats ($39) and floor level seats with partially obstructed views ($19) are the same for all ages. Please contact us at tickets@imabrightkid.org or at 235-7315 to purchase accessible seating for all shows.

Upcoming shows

Directed by Taurie Kinoshita and performed by THEA 260 students.
Ticket sales to be announced.

A Walking Shadow

October 19–27

A docudrama based on the Myles Fukunaga case of 1928 compiled and directed by Taurie Kinoshita. Myles Fukunaga was a Japanese-American living in Honolulu; it is believed he was executed despite being mentally ill.



The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Feb. 18-24

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. To reach Kahiki the young akua must overcome all fear and allow his true power to manifest from within in In this Hawaiian mo'olelo inspired youth theatre piece for the whole family. Written and Directed by Moses Goods

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays

March 8–17, 2019

Cane Fields Burning by Kemuel Demoville and Memory of a Dream adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita are two Japanese Noh-inspired one-act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita.


For Paliku Theatre information please contact the Theatre Manager Tom Holowach at ‭(808) 864-2647‬, or the Technical Manager R. Andrew Doan at (808) 561-9690 For more information

 

Upcoming Events

February 15, 2019, Friday 7:30pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 16, 2019, Saturday 7:30pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 17, 2019, Sunday 4:00pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 21, 2019, Thursday 7:30pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 22, 2019, Friday 7:30pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 23, 2019, Saturday 7:30pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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February 24, 2019, Sunday 4:00pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua

Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.

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March 8, 2019, Friday 7:30pm

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays

Cane Fields Burning by Kemuel Demoville and Memory of a Dream adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita.

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The list above is partial. To see all production dates, click here for Full List of Events

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Contact Information

Palikū Theatre
Windward Community College
45-720 Kea'ahala Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744

Box Office: (808) 235-7315
FAX: (808) 235-7312

email: Paliku2@Hawaii.edu

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