AJ Song, Tiffany Rose Brown, Shawn Forsythe, Reb Beau Allen, Jason Kanda, Brandon Hagio,
Kahano Ho and Teihh Malfau in Cockadoodledoo
by Eric Yokomori
In a small rural town where “nothing interesting happens,” a chunk of meteor lands in farmer Templeton’s chicken coop and changes everything in this surrealistic tale, which echoes Beckett’s Waiting for Godot and Ionesco’s Rhinoceros.
Enjoy the wild ride!
Reb Beau Allen and Tiffany Rose Brown in Cockadoodledoo
Runs through April 27, 2014 - Tickets On Sale Now
Join us after the show on Friday, April 4th for a talk-story with Playwright Eric Yokomori and Director Harry Wong, fascilitated by Actor, Director and Teacher, Daniel A. Kelin.
Interview with Playwright Eric Yokomori
Donna Blanchard: Have you ever wondered what goes on in the mind of an absurdist writer?
When I invited Eric to be a guest on my show, I expected a good conversation, but I had NO IDEA how deeply we were going to delve in Eric's unbelievable writing technique and process.
I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did!
(this video is provided courtesy of our friends at Thinktech)
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The Atherton Foundation
We're honored to be the recipients of a generous grant from the Atherton Foundation, which will help us make some much needed improvements to our building and your experience with us. The improvements include fixing structural damage to our floor, improving our storage and replacing our worn and deteriorating theatre seats.
Rather than fund the entire project, The Atherton Foundation is granting us a portion of the expenses, allowing us to work with other foundations, corporations and individuals to fully fund the improvements.
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Two For One
We are also deeply grateful for support from the Hawaii Tourism Authority, which has granted us marketing funds to help tell everyone on the island about our work and invite them to join us. You'll be seeing two-for-one offers on our tickets in various places, including on the back of our show programs through the remainder of the season.
We hope you'll bring someone you like into our home - When you bring someone who hasn't been to a show at Kumu Kahua Theatre for at least five years, we'll give you one free ticket for each you purchase!
Please call the box office in advance to redeem this offer: 536-4111.
We welcome our new partners, Charisma Industries and ThinkTech to Kumu Kahua Theatre! We appreciate who you are, what you do and how you support Kumu Kahua Theatre!
The Kumu Kahua Theatre Board of Directors would like to thank all the individuals who support our annual fundraiser, Kālā-Bash
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Kālā-Bash is Saturday July 19, 2014