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E-Blast: The Importance of Community
Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

We have just come off another special fundraising event at CanoeHouse at Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection. It was Blayne Asing who shared his musical stylings with us on Sunday—including a brand new song he wrote for his daughter. If you'd like to see the event as it happened, here i
E-Blast: Keeping the Arts Alive!
Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

It's hard to believe that we're already in August, with keiki about to head back to school—one way or another. This summer has been a time of challenges but also a time of great innovation and creativity. We have had reaffirmed, through your messages of support and your gener
E-Blast: The Show Must Go On
Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

We hope you had a safe weekend as Hurricane Douglas passed by. We battened down the hatches at the theatre and are grateful that the impact was less severe than anticipated.

As we all adapt to our new circumstances, Kahilu Theatre is delighted to offer you live music in a safe, pictur
E-Blast: We Love Sharing Live Music With You

Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

We love sharing live music with you!

Our second fundraiser at CanoeHouse at Mauna Lani Auberge Resorts Collection on Sunday was truly otherworldly. The performance by Mark Yamanaka and his son Jorden was superb. We were treated to a splendid meal at Matt and Yuka's, and nature provide
KPAW Virtual Performing Arts Camp
Kahilu Theatre is proud to announce their first Virtual Kahilu Performing Arts Workshop. The camp will be weekday mornings July 6 though 17, 2020. 
The instructors for the camp are Sean Dunnington, Paul Gregg and Noelani Anderson. The camp will run weekdays from 9a-12p and is open to ages 7 – 12.  
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