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 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
$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 email@example.com or at 235-7315 to purchase accessible seating for all shows.
Directed by Taurie Kinoshita and performed by THEA 260 students.
A Walking Shadow
Ticket sales to be announced.
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.
Burning/Memory: Two Adopted 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-inpsired one acts. 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
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Windward Community College
45-720 Kea'ahala Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744
Box Office: (808) 235-7315
FAX: (808) 235-7312
Donations can be made to Palikū Theatre on the UH Foundation site.