Attendees will get a sneak peak of Kahilu Theatre’s For the Love of Art as new artistic director Chuck Gessert presents video highlights and musical offerings of its 37th Season beginning Sept. 15. Audiences can network over refreshments and appetizing pupus provided by Macaroni Grill, Kahilu Theatre and Kona Brewing Company.
Don’t forget to check out Kahilu Theatre galleries featuring new works from local visual artist and 2015 NACF Native Hawaiian Artist Fellowship recipient Bernice Akamine.
Attendees can also purchase tickets now on sale for the 2017-2018 season at www.kahilutheatre.org.
About Kahilu Theatre
Kahilu Theatre Foundation is a private, non-profit organization and has supported both professional and emerging artists for more than three decades, offering Hawaii Island residents and visitors quality local and global entertainment and educational programs year round. Located in the heart of Waimea town, Kahilu Theatre first raised its curtain in 1981 and now operates a Broadway stage, two galleries, and a new Black Box venue named the Mike Luce Studio. The Theatre’s mission is to make a place where community, creativity, and inspiration thrive. For more information visit www.kahilutheatre.org or call 808.885.6868.
General Admission is $30; Chamber Members pay $15 and admission for first-time attendees is $15. No refunds or transfers after August 14.