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University of Hawai’i Department of Theater and Dance and Kumu Kahua Theater present: Taui ma Sui Samoa ia Hollywood: A Symposium on Victor Rodger’s My Name is Gary Cooper at Kumu Kahua Theatre Earle Ernst Lab Theater, University of Hawai’i Department of Theatre and Dance Monday 26 January 2015 10am -12noon Event Poster: Taui ma Sui […]Read More
We have a schedule change this weekend: we will not be presenting a staged reading of Leilani Madison’s Everything Must Go on Sundayafternoon (12/14). We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, but we are collaborating with Leilani to make this reading a little different, and we’re excited about the prospects! We look forward to rescheduling the […]Read More
Our summer playwriting class, taught my Kumu Tammy Haili’opua Baker, culminated in several scripts that are ready to be read for an audience. We will present a series of these readings on the following dates, here at Kumu Kahua Theatre, beginning at 5PM each evening: November 16 – Song Tra Bong by Gerry Madison November […]Read More
It is our pleasure to congratulate our 2013 Playwrighting Contest Winners! Kumu Kahua Theatre and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Theatre and Dance Department proudly announce the winners of their 2014 playwriting contest. The winner of the $600 Hawai‘i Prize is Susan Soon He Stanton of Aiea, Hawai‘i for her play: Seek. Mike Lee […]Read More