Jun. 6

NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 596.7858

HawaiÊ»i Symphony Orchestra closes its 2014-2015 lineup in two parts. HSO’s Season Finale with JoAnn & Jake attunes uncommon musical characters. Conductor JoAnn Falletta, penned by The New York Times as “one of the finest conductors of her generation,” unites with ‘ukulele talent, Jake Shimabukuro, for exquisite matinee and evening performances—and the world premiere of Yasui’s “Concerto No. 1 for Ukulele and Orchestra.” Through June 7. hawaiisymphonyorchestra.org

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Jun. 11

KAPALUA RESORT, VARIOUS LOCATIONS

The 34th Annual Kapalua Wine & Food Festival pairs master sommeliers with culinary artists in a four-day festival of fine wine and gastronomy on Maui. Intimate and indulgent, sample and sip your way through plates and glasses curated by the most distinguished vineyards and lauded restaurants in HawaiÊ»i and beyond. Not to be missed is Friday’s The Grand Tasting Kapalua Style, 6-9 p.m. at Montage Kapalua Bay. Venues include: The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua; Kapalua Resort, et al. Through June 14. kapaluawineandfoodfestival.com

Jun. 18

HAWAII THEATRE CENTER | 791.1301

Ascending the theatrical ladder from Off-Off-Broadway in 1982 to Broadway in 2014, Terrence McNally’s It’s Only a Play entertains Hawaii Theatre with a “Broadway comedy about the comedy of Broadway.” “Deliriously dishy,” per The New York Times, watch the witty tale of a first-time producer and a few scheming friends battle critics en route to success. Through June 28. hawaiitheatre.com

Jul. 2

MANOA VALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131

Lisa Matsumoto’s musical comedy Once Upon One Noddah Time—guest-directed by Brad Powell, music guest-directed by James Mares—brings fairy tales to life through upbeat tunes and a HawaiÊ»i twist. Embark a kooky-fun adventure with Da Tree Local Pigs and Da Wicked Queen in this chapter of the theatrical trilogy. Through July 19. manoavalleytheatre.com

Prince Lot Hula Festival expands from one to two days of festivities for its 38th-annual celebration at Moanalua Gardens this July 18 and 19 (photo courtesy Moanalua Gardens Foundation).

Prince Lot Hula Festival expands from one to two days of festivities for its 38th-annual celebration at Moanalua Gardens this July 18 and 19 (photo courtesy Moanalua Gardens Foundation).

Jul. 16

KUMU KAHUA THEATRE | 536.4441

An on-stage reprisal on Scot Izuka’s world-premiere play, Shoyu on Rice returns to Kumu Kahua Theatre by popular demand. Watch Eastern and Western cultures clash in in this theatrical tale about 1980s Catholic school boys whose classroom gets taken over by a substitute teacher from Kansas. Take playwright Izuka’s advice: “Don’t think too hard about it. Just enjoy the show.” Through Aug. 2. kumukahua.org

Jul. 17

DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE | 733.0274

Fun for the whole family, the humorous DreamWorks Studios’ fairy tale about a giant green ogre and a feisty redheaded princess comes alive on stage in Diamond Head Theatre’s presentation of Broadway’s Shrek The Musical. Go on a quest with Shrek, Donkey and friends as they rescue Princess Fiona from the evil Lord Farquaad. Through Aug. 1. diamondheadtheatre.com

Hamid Rahmanian's "Zaul and the Simorgh," on view at Shahnameh: The Epic of the Persian Kings (photo courtesy artist/Honolulu Museum of Art).

Hamid Rahmanian’s “Zaul and the Simorgh,” on view at Shahnameh: The Epic of the Persian Kings (photo courtesy artist/Honolulu Museum of Art).

Overview

HAWAI’I STATE ART MUSEUM (HiSAM) | 586.0300

Enriched by Diversity. Through July 31
Image & Imagination. Through summer 2015

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART | 532.8700

Shahnameh: The Epic of the Persian Kings. Through July 26

MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER | 242.7469 Céleste Boursier-Mougenot: untitled (series #3): 1-3.

Through July 18 Prince Lot Hula Festival expands from one to two days of festivities for its 38th-annual celebration at Moanalua Gardens this July 18 and 19 (photo courtesy Moanalua Gardens Foundation).

All events subject to change