Wonderland

June 22 – July 1, 2018
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 2:30 pm

Adults – $15
Seniors/Young Adults – $12
Children – $5

Join Alice as she encounters the Dodo Bird, the Jabberwocky, the Cheshire Cat, the Caterpillar, Tweedledee, Tweedledum, Humpty Dumpty, the Walrus, the Carpenter, and two terrible Queens, wending her way through strange events on a curious journey of discovery.  A new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classics Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.

Summer Programs Open for Registration!

APACLogo2011BISmJoin us for exciting courses designed to further improve your theatre skills! Classes are available for all ages and levels. Click here for more information.

The Dark Hobby and Dragon Walk

Saturday, July 7, 2018
7:00 pm

All Tickets $20

Presented by Paradise Filmworks and The Snorkel Bob Foundation

The Dark Hobby (Sneak Preview) is a work-in-progress reef documentary on the three hubs of aquarium extraction: Indonesia, the Philippines and mostly Hawaii. Controversy continues with aquarium collectors still working Hawaii reefs in violation of a Hawaii Supreme Court ruling. Aquarium plunder and consequence is documented, as aquarium collectors blame reef decimation on global warming and pollution. The campaign continues with a technical ban on West Hawaii aquarium collecting but no enforcement. Reef stewardship in The Reef State is in the balance. The Dark Hobby presents the pros and cons from both sides of the argument, commercial vs. conservation, 75 minutes.

Dragon Walk, The Movie, On Reef Recovery & Political Will, also filmed on location in the Philippines, Indonesia and Hawaii, Dragon Walk is from the DVD & book of the same name. Reef life in optimal conditions, where no commercial extraction occurs, 30 minute sample.

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Mystery Theatre at Gertrude’s Jazz Bar

MysteryTheatre2018A benefit for the Aloha Theatre

Sunday, July 29
Monday, July 30

Tickets $35

Join us for a fabulous evening of schmoozing, singing, and laughter at our 2nd Annual Mystery Theatre Event, our summer fundraiser benefiting the Aloha Theatre.  Featuring “Murder at the Fish Fly Club,” a classic roaring 1920’s whodunit by Kyle Klapatauskas, directed by Tiffany Kutsunai and starring Aloha Theatre volunteer actors who will interact with patrons throughout the evening. Prizes will be awarded to patrons who solve the crime.   Food and drink are not included, but Gertrude’s will have a special menu and bar list. Three seating times available, show starts at 7:00 pm.

 

Original Play Festival XXV

Tpen2he  Aloha Theatre will be conducting open auditions for volunteer actors for its 25th annual Original Play Festival. which will be presented August 15-18, 2018.

July 7 & 8 at 2:00 pm in Damron Hall.   For more information, Click Here