PLAYS ABOUT LIFE IN HAWAI‘I. PLAYS BY HAWAI‘I'S PLAYWRIGHTS. PLAYS FOR HAWAI‘I'S PEOPLE.
A WORLD PREMIERE BY WILLIAM KAHELE
JANUARY 18 - FEBRUARY 18, 2018
Eli’s family and friends are well-meaning, but they won’t leave him alone as he wrestles with his troubled past and uncertain future. Millie, Rose, Fannie and Junior haunt Eli with their concerns until they nearly drive him crazy. Eli’s indomitable sense of humor and a handsome stranger may be his saving grace in this comedy about the drama one local man faces alone in a crowded room.
This is a semi-autobiographical play written by first time playwright, but long-time Kumu Kahua Theatre actor and director, William Kahele.
Review by John Berger:
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 8pm: January 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27; February 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 2018
Sundays 2pm: January 21, 28; February 11, *18, 2018
*American Sign Language Interpretation upon request
(No show Super Bowl Sunday, February 4)
Kumu Kahua Theatre, in downtown Honolulu on the Island of O'ahu, offers one-of-a-kind live entertainment. When you want to enjoy cutting-edge performances about the life, history and future of Hawai‘i's people, this is where you come.
We are located on the corner of Merchant and Bethel in downtown Honolulu at 46 Merchant Street. Call 808-536-4441 to reach our box office.
Our shows run Thursday-Saturday at 8:00 PM, with Sunday matinees at 2:00 PM. Our work is made possible primarily through your donations. Thank you for your support!