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Theater & Arts

The Legend of Koolau

This one-man historical drama is the story of Kaluaikoolau, an outlaw forced into exile by leprosy who fought to defend his rights and his family on Kauai after the overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy. Written by Gary T. Kubota, the play is currently touring the Islands and will be performed in Honolulu one night only.

$20-$25 , May 16, 7:30 p.m., Hawaii Theatre, hawaiitheatre.com.
 

 

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