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Kala-Bash Fundraiser and Silent Auction

St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Aliiolani Hale and the Kamehameha V Post Office (now housing Kumu Kahua Theatre) all began construction during Kamehameha V’s reign and remain architecturally significant buildings today. During this annual fundraiser for the theater, there will be guided architectural tours of the area, along with live entertainment, food and a silent auction.

July 19, 5 p.m.–9 p.m., $50, Kumu Kahua Theatre, kumukahua.org
 

KAlA-Bash By the Numbers

At the 2013 event

Food vendors: 10, Auction donors: 56
 

Kumu Kahua Theatre: 

Seasons: 43, Plays produced: 200+, Play attendees: 73,000+
 

Kamehameha V Post Office

Years of operation: 1871 - 1922, Plays produced: 0

 

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