Artist Reem Bassous, photographed with her work at the University of Hawai'i: Her paintings will be on view at Beyond the Archive through Mar. 27 (photo courtesy Honolulu Museum of Art).

Artist Reem Bassous, photographed with her work at the University of Hawai’i: Her paintings will be on view at Beyond the Archive through Mar. 27 (photo courtesy Honolulu Museum of Art).

Feb. 12

BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 596.7858

Hawaii Opera Theatre beguiles audiences to “dream a little dream” in Benjamin Britten’s beautiful rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The Shakespearean fairytale, attuned to opera’s versatility, takes on new life in a lighthearted tome of whimsical characters that illustrates how love can make twits of us all. Through Feb. 16. hawaiiopera.org

Feb. 27

BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 946.8742

Conductor James Feddeck, of the Cleveland Orchestra, and Taiwanese-American violinist Cho-Liang “Jimmy” Lin will harmonize in Hawai`i Symphony Orchestra’s Mozart & Mahler. The two performances comprise: Mozart’s “Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major” and Mahler’s “Symphony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor.” Through Feb. 28. hawaiisymphonyorchestra.org

Mar. 8

HAWAII THEATRE | 528.0506

Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe brings a glitzy presentation of global talent and an authentic showcase of Santa Fe’s sounds and steps to Honolulu. This centuries-old art form comes to life via richly colorful contemporary choreography. Join numerous Spanish musicians and vocalists at Hawaii Theatre’s dramatic, one-night only performance. hawaiitheatre.com

Mar. 12

BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 946.8742

Spanish songs bring rhythm and flavor to Blaisdell for Hawai’i Symphony Orchestra’s Gardens of Spain. Chabrier’s “España,” de Falla’s “Nights in the Gardens of Spain,” Ginastera’s “Danzas Argentinas,” Strauss’ “Don Juan” and Bizet’s “Suite No. 2 from Carmen,” comprise the symphonic showcase of conductor Joel Revzen and pianist Joyce Yang. Through Mar. 13. hawaiisymphonyorchestra.com

Mar. 17

MANOA VALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131

The Tony Award-winning musical comedy, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, comes to Manoa Valley for a trip back to the time of the toga. Sparked by ancient Roman playwright Plautus’ tale, watch Pseudolus, a slave, fight for freedom and the girl next door—proof that puns, satirical social sketches, mistaken identities and farce were all thriving 2,000 years ago. Through Apr. 3. manoavalleytheatre.com

Mar. 24

KUMU KAHUA THEATRE | 536.4441

A dark comedy of revenge, Pelicans—a world premiere by Eric Yokomori—depicts the challenging realm surrounding today’s millennial. Life choices—family, career, friends and individuality—come to play in this tale of the complex crossroads to modern adulthood. Through Apr. 24. kumukahua.org

Camelot enchants Diamond Head Theatre audiences beginning Mar. 29 (photo courtesy Diamond Head Theatre).

Camelot enchants Diamond Head Theatre audiences beginning Mar. 29 (photo courtesy Diamond Head Theatre).

Mar. 29

DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE | 733.0274

Join England’s Princess Guinevere, King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table in a majestic stage presentation of the medieval tale set to music. Diamond Head Theatre invites you to “Follow Me,” and experience “The Simple Joys of Maidenhood” in the magical world of Camelot. Through Apr. 10. diamondheadtheatre.com

`Ahu`ula (feathered cloak) belonging to Attoo, chief of Kaua`i—on view at Na Hulu Ali`i at Bishop Musuem (photo © 2014 by Hal Lum & Masayo Suzuki. Bishop Museum Library & Archives).

`Ahu`ula (feathered cloak) belonging to Attoo, chief of Kaua`i—on view at Na Hulu Ali`i at Bishop Musuem (photo © 2014 by Hal Lum & Masayo Suzuki. Bishop Museum Library & Archives).

On View

HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART | 532.8700
Days of Grace: California Artist Grace Hudson in Hawai`i
Through Mar. 6

Beyond the Archive: Paintings by Reem Bassous
Through Mar. 27

BISHOP MUSEUM | 847.3511
Na Hulu Ali’i Beginning Mar. 19

MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER | 242.7469
Statements on Nature: A Survey of Print-making Today

All events subject to change