Oct. 1

DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE | 733.0274
It’s the mid-’80s and the miners’ strike dominates the mining town Billy calls home, but all he can think of is how to achieve his dream of dancing. Follow his story, in Billy Elliot The Musical—set to the music of Elton John—as he journeys from the boxing ring to ballet class. Through Oct. 16. diamondheadtheatre.com

Air Supply celebrates 40 years of music with concerts on Oct. 13 at MACC and Oct. 14 at Neal S. Blaisdell Arena (photo © 2015 Michael Schoenfeld).

Air Supply celebrates 40 years of music with concerts on Oct. 13 at MACC and Oct. 14 at Neal S. Blaisdell Arena (photo © 2015 Michael Schoenfeld).

Oct. 13

MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER | 242.7469
Get “Lost in Love” with Air Supply as they make a return visit to the Aloha State. Celebrating their 40th anniversary, Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell will share their greatest hits with such as “All Out of Love,” “Making Love Out of Nothing At All” and “Sweet Dreams.” Also at Neal S. Blaisdell Arena on Oct. 14, 800.474.4833. ticketmaster.com.

Oct. 14

HAWAII OPERA THEATRE | 596.7858
One of the most enduring romantic operas, La Boheme, opens HOT’s 2016-2017 season. The Puccini opera has everything—a Paris setting, whirlwind romance and tragic ending. Through Oct. 18. hawaiiopera.org

Oct. 27

Hall & Oates performs at the Neal S. Blais-dell Arena on Oct. 27 (photo by Mick Rock).

Hall & Oates performs at the Neal S. Blais-dell Arena on Oct. 27 (photo by Mick Rock).

NEAL S. BLAISDELL ARENA | 800.745.3000
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Daryl Hall and John Oates bring their soulful hits to Hawai‘i. The No. 1-selling duo in music history is known for hits such as “Private Eyes,” “Sara Smile” and “Rich Girl.” Special guest Henry Kapono will also take the stage. ticketmaster.com. Also at Maui Arts & Cultural Center on Oct. 29, 242.7469. mauiarts.org.

Nov. 3

KUMU KAHUA THEATRE | 536.4441
iHula, a world premiere play by Ryan Okinaka, follows the stories of four hula sisters and their kumu as they navigate what it means to be a hula dancer in this modern age. Through Dec. 4. kumukahua.org

Nov. 4

NEAL S. BLAISDELL ARENA | 768.5252
Award-winning musician and songwriter Sting returns for a solo show; The Police front man last performed here in 2008 as part of the legendary group’s reunion tour. The celebrated composer, signer, actor, author and activist will perform some of his most popular hits. ticketmaster.com

Nov. 17

MANOA VALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131
The award-winning drama, The Elephant Man, is based on the life of John Merrick, a man who lived with rare skin and bone diseases in late19th-century London. It follows his life from his stint as a sideshow star to through his evolution to a favorite of the aristocracy and literati. Through Dec. 4. manoavalleytheatre.com

On View

Visions of Gothic Angels: Japanese Manga by Takaya Miou is on view at Honolulu Museum of Art until Jan. 15, 2017. Pictured: “Miou, Takaya. After a Poem by Tsukamoto Kunio.” 1998. Honolulu Museum of Art (photo courtesy Honolulu Museum of Art).

Visions of Gothic Angels: Japanese Manga by Takaya Miou is on view at Honolulu Museum of Art until Jan. 15, 2017. Pictured: “Miou, Takaya. After a Poem by Tsukamoto Kunio.” 1998. Honolulu Museum of Art (photo courtesy Honolulu Museum of Art).

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART 532.8700 Visions of Gothic Angels: Japanese Manga by Takaya Miou Through Jan. 15, 2017

Charles Furneaux and the Sublime Through Mar. 12, 2017

BISHOP MUSEUM | 847.3511

Journeys: Heritage of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Through Jan. 29, 2017

SCHAEFER INTERNATIONAL GALLERY 242.7787 Hawai‘i National Parks 2016 Centennial Through Oct. 23