Plastic Fantastic? is on view at Spalding House through July 10. Pictured: Verity, 2011 by Aurora Robson, plastic debris (PET), aluminum rivets, tinted polycrylic and mica powder (courtesy of the artist).

Plastic Fantastic? is on view at Spalding House through July 10. Pictured: Verity, 2011 by Aurora Robson, plastic debris (PET), aluminum rivets, tinted polycrylic and mica powder (courtesy of the artist).

Apr. 16

HILTON HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, CORAL III-V | 550.8457

Hawaii Pops Orchestra presents Classically Jazzed, Concert and Dance, an evening filled with music that combines elements of classical with jazz and pop. Conductor Matt Catingub is joined by violin virtuoso Amy Schwartz-Moretti and the incomparable Loretta Ables-Sayre. hawaiipops.org

Apr. 26

BLUE NOTE HAWAII | 777.4890

Multi-Grammy Award-winning Hiroshima brings its eclectic brand of music to Hawai`i. Through May 1. bluenotehawaii.com

May 8

NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 946.8742

Hawai`i Symphony Orchestra takes the stage with pianist Soyeon Kate Lee, under guest conductor John Nelson . This installment of the Halekulani Masterworks series, Brahms 4, features Mozart’s Overture to Don Giovanni and Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major and Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in E Minor. hawaiisymphonyorchestra.org

May 19

MANOA VALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131

Equus follows a psychiatrist as he deals with a teenaged patient with a pathological religious fascination with horses. This psychological drama is a Drama Desk Award and Tony Award winner. (Note: contains adult language and brief nudity). Through June 5. manoavalleytheatre.com

Art in a Time of Chaos is on view at Honolulu Museum of Art, April 28-Aug. 21. Pictured: Mounted Drummer, China, Northern Qi dynasty (550-577), 571, painted pottery, Shanxi Museum Collection (Honolulu Museum of Art).

Art in a Time of Chaos is on view at Honolulu Museum of Art, April 28-Aug. 21. Pictured: Mounted Drummer, China, Northern Qi dynasty (550-577), 571, painted pottery, Shanxi Museum Collection (Honolulu Museum of Art).

May 20

DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE | 733.0277

Based on the Billy Wilder’s The Apartment, a film that starred Jack Lemmon, Promises, Promises tells the tale of Chuck Baxter, who’s been lending out his spacious apartment to his bosses for some afternoon delight. This musical, set in 1968 Manhattan, is rife with witty humor thanks to Neil Simon, and crowd-pleasing tunes by Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Through June 5. diamondheadtheatre.com

May 22

NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 596.7858

Hawaii Opera Theatre stages Verdi’s epic masterpiece, Il Trovatore, a story of love triangles, honor, hidden identities and revenge. May 20, 22 & 24. hawaiiopera.org

May 26

KUMU KAHUA THEATRE | 536.4441

In Kumu Kahua’s #Iambadatthis, a world-premiere play by Susan Soon He Stanton, audiences meet Emily, who is super-connected via her various electronic devices. However, when she returns home to Hawai`i after trying to make a go of it in New York, she learns that rebuilding her life may mean getting unplugged. Through June 26. kumukahua.org

Plastic Fantastic? is on view at Spalding House through July 10. Pictured: Verity, 2011 by Aurora Robson, plastic debris (PET), aluminum rivets, tinted polycrylic and mica powder (courtesy of the artist).

Plastic Fantastic? is on view at Spalding House through July 10. Pictured: Verity, 2011 by Aurora Robson, plastic debris (PET), aluminum rivets, tinted polycrylic and mica powder (courtesy of the artist).

On View

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART | 532.8700
Contact 2016 Through April 17 (at Honolulu Musem of Art School)

Plastic Fantastic?
Through July 10 at Spalding House

Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks from Six Dynasties China, 3rd-6th Centuries April 28-Aug. 21

BISHOP MUSEUM | 847.3511
Lele O Na Manu: Hawaiian Forest Birds Through July 31

MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER | 242.7469
Art Maui Through April 23