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Phantom of the Opera is in town Aug. 7-Sept. 1; Willie K. takes to the Blue Note Hawaii stage on Sept. 2

    August-September 8/7 to 9/1

    PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

    The musical masterpiece returns to Hawai‘i after almost 25 years. In addition to the legendary chandelier, Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera features new scenic and lighting designs, staging and choreography. Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. broadwayinhawaii.com

    August-September 8/22 to 9/22

    UA PAU (IT IS FINISHED, OVER, DESTROYED)

    In its world premiere, this play, the third in Alani Apio’s Kamau trilogy, tells the story of Alika, who raised his niece Stevie by working at the hotel that stole his family’s land. As Stevie returns from college, a dark family secret is revealed and she must deal with the destruction this causes in her family. Kumu
    Kahua Theatre. 536.4441. kumukahua.org

    August 24th

    BERNADETTE PETERS

    One of Broadway’s brightest stars, award- winning Bernadette Peters, entertains with an evening of songs featuring standards by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim and her own Grammy-nominated albums. Hawaii Theatre. 528.0506. hawaiitheatre.com

    September-October 9/19 to 10/6

    SYLVIA

    Greg finds a dog Sylvia in the park and brings her home, only to find that his wife, Kate, isn’t too keen on keeping the stray around. As man and dog bond, a strange and funny romantic triangle ensues. Manoa Valley Theatre. 988.6131. manoavalleytheatre.com

    September-October 9/20 to 10/13

    KINKY BOOTS

    Charlie Price just inherited his father’s nearly bankrupt shoe factory. The fabulous Lola needs some equally fabulous high heels. The unexpected pair embraces their differences in this Tony-, Grammy- and Olivier-winning musical that features music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper and book by Harvey Fierstein. Diamond Head Theatre diamondheadtheatre.com

    October 24th

    WILLIE K.

    Willie K. is a virtuoso who can sing and play anything: jazz, opera, blues, reggae rock and, of course, Hawaiian music. He recently went viral for his rendition of the national anthem, but Hawai‘i fans (and many beyond our shores) already knew that this Maui native could bring down the house. Blue Note Hawaii. 777.4890. bluenotehawaii.com

    On View

    BISHOP MUSEUM 847.3511
    Kini Ke Kua: Transformative Images
    Through Sept. 2, 2019

    LUXURY ROW
    LUXURYROW.COM
    Satoru Abe – 72 Years of Creativity
    Through Aug. 15

    HAWAI‘I STATE ART MUSEUM 586.9959
    STATE OF ART: New Work
    Through September 30, 2019

    HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART 532.8700
    Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Monochromatic Prints in 20th-Century Japan
    Through Sept. 15

    All events subject to change

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