2013-2014 Season Playbill of Theatre Performances 

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A Korean Cinderella: Honolulu actor/playwright Alvin Chan rewrites the classic European-American fairy tale as a Korean folk tale with a touch of K-pop.  Aug. 23-Sept. 2

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I Wish…Wishing Tales from Around The World: “Be careful what you wish for” is the theme as ‘Ohi‘a Productions presents musical version of short stories from China, Hungary and India. Sept. 21 (Hawai‘i Theatre)

Lono’s Journey: HTY celebrates the Hawaiian New Year by bringing new life to old artifacts with Hawaiian language, music, dance, sport and puppetry. Oct. 18-Nov. 9

Nothing is the Same: The lives of four 11-year-olds are changed forever when the Japanese attack Schofield Barracks on Dec. 7, 1941.  Nov. 29-30, Dec. 7 & 14

Auntie Martha and the Nene (Goose): An unexpected visit from a goose changes Auntie Martha’s life forever.  Jan. 10-Feb.1

Peter Rabbit and the Garden: HTY’s version of Beatrix Potter’s cautionary tale “explores the fine line between curiosity and responsibility.” Designed to appeal to a preschool audience. Feb.22-March 8

Icarus Fights the Minotaur: Hawai‘i playwright Yokanaan Kearns uses characters from several stories from ancient Greece in his version of the story of the boy who flew too close to the sun.  Feb.21-March 8                  

Grinds: A “musical romp” through the subject of food in Hawai‘i.  Why do we eat what we eat? Where do we grow what we eat? Why does that even matter? April 4-May 10

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