Kālā-Bash

 

Our Annual Fundraiser and Silent Auction  -  Kālā-Bash  

Saturday July 6, 2013  

THANK YOU FOR AN AWESOME EVENT!!!

 Photos from the best party of the year: Kālā-Bash 2012  Photographer: Ross Hamamura / Honolulu Magazine

The People, the Music, the Food, the Silent Auction were Incredible!

 

The Kumu Kahua Theatre annual Kālā-Bash Fundraiser and Silent Auction was held on July 6, 2013 from 5pm-9pm at our home: 46 Merchant Street, in the theatre and on the lanai and courtyard.

This fundraiser included live music and entertainment, food from popular Honolulu restaurants and a silent auction featuring items ranging from home décor and jewelry to round trip flights to many continental United States cities.

Musical entertainment will include Hiyah Fire, and Beauty and the Beard, Kahana and Cheryl Ho, Sweet Corn and Peanut and The VeeJs.

Many thanks to those providing food!

Brasserie Du Vin

Celeste Ohta

Chart House Waikiki

Doris Taitano

Ige’s Catering

Mira Chloe Prickett

Murphy’s Bar & Grill

Paradise Beverages

Phuket Thai

Southern Wine & Spirits

And thank you to all of those providing silent auction items:

Alaska Airlines

Bamboo Ridge Press

Ben Franklin Crafts

Big City Diner

Big Island Candies

Bishop Museum

Brasserie Du Vin

Cora Yee

Daughters of Hawaii

Denise & Ace Ellinwood

Diamond Head Theatre

Donna Blanchard & Compleat Kitchen

Doris Duke Foundation

Dukes Waikiki

Dusty Behner

Feet to Go

Friend of KKT

Friends of Iolani Palace

Friston Hookano

Gyotaku Japanese Restaurant

Harry Wong III

Hawaii Geographic Society

Hawaii Opera Theatre

Hawaiian Accessories

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Mission Houses

Hilo Hattie

Honolulu Theatre for Youth

Jamba Juice

Jimie Ramos & Raki Briscoe

Kahala Hotel & Resort

Kamaka Ukulele

Kennedy Theatre, UHM

Kissaten Coffee Shop

Krazy Karaoke

Kumu Kahua Theatre

Manoa Valley Theatre

Mark Yamakawa

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

McDonalds

McKinley Car Wash

Mountain Apple Company

Nake’u Awai Designs

North Shore Soap Factory

O‘ahu Fringe Festival

Pacific Paws Resort & Spa

Paul Brown Salon

Phyllis Gomes

Puakea Foundation

Roy Sakuma Ukulele Studios

Sharyn Sekine & Compleat Kitchen

Ted Urata

The Actors Group

The Willows Restaurant

Tomo’o Mehau Studio

Wil Kahele

 
 
 
In addition to the food, beverage, entertainment and silent auction, guided architectural tours of the area were offered throughout the evening.  Kumu Kahua Theatre is located in the King Kamehameha V Post Office building and is surrounded by notable structures in Downtown Honolulu – here’s your chance to get the tour!

This event is an opportunity to celebrate and support the only theatre wholly dedicated to producing plays written by our local playwrights and about our local culture.  Over the past 42 years, its artists have entertained and educated more than 73,000 people, and produced more than 200 plays – thank you for your help!