Calendar of Events
Plays, art exhibits and other performances around Hawai‘i
Aug3 DIAMOnD HEAD THEATRE | 733.0274
Based on the Hans Christian anderson story and the disney film of the same name, The Little Mermaid features the instant classics by alan Menken such as "Under the Sea," "Kiss the Girl" and "Part of your World." through aug. 6. diamondheadtheatre.com
Aug4 WAIKIKI sHELL | 1.800.745.3000
Jack Johnson makes his Hawai‘i concert return with two concerts at Waikiki Shell. the homecoming shows benefit the Kokua Hawai‘i Foundation, and will feature the all at Once Village Green, an area that offers food vendors, interactive games, craft booths and information on local non-profits. Second concert aug. 5. kokuahawaiifoundation.org
Aug10 DORIs DuKE THEATRE | InFO@HgLCF.ORg
the 28th- annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival presents acclaimed LGBtQ films such as documentaries Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall, Whose Streets? and Lady Eva; as well as the mini- series When We Rise, Part 1 at the doris duke theatre at Honolulu Museum of art. through aug. 19. hglcf. org
Sep7 MAnOA vALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131
When a group of out- of- work steelworkers realize how much their wives enjoy watching male strippers, they decide give it a go— and earn some extra dough— themselves in The Full Monty. through Sept. 24. ma no a valley theatre. com
Sep3 KuMu KAHuA THEATRE | 536.4441
Who Killed Gilbert Botello brings a Hawai‘i take to the classic idea of a British whodunit. det. Roy Roger Kalauakekahuna III and Officer Billy Souza investigate all the suspects in this comedic murder mystery. aug. 24-Sept. 24. kumukahua.org
Sep22 bLuE nOTE HAWAII | 777.4890
Grammy-nominated saxophonist, dave Koz, takes the stage with Javier Colon in support of Koz's newest album Collaborations: 25th Anniversary Collection. through Sept. 24. bluenotehawaii.com
HOnOLuLu MusEuM OF ART | 532.8700
Explorations of Late 19th-Century Japanese Photography through aug. 20 Body of Work through dec. 10 The World Reflected through Oct. 28 at Spalding House
bIsHOP MusEuM | 847.3511
The Machine Inside: Biomechanics through Sept. 4 Hulia ‘Ano: Inspired Patterns through Oct. 16
Guest (A.F.) 25,000/solar images, 4:43 p.m./1st September, 1993, 1993 by Christopher Bucklow (British, born 1957). Unique photogram cibachrome print 39x29 ½ in.; gift of The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu 2011, and purchased with funds derived from gifts of Helen Eskridge © Christopher Buklow on view at HoMA's Body of Work through Dec. 10.
Jack Johnson plays two homecoming concerts at Waikiki Shell on Aug. 4 and 5 ( photo by Morgan Maassen).
Cord work found at Hulia ‘Ano: Inspired Patterns, on view at Bishop Museum through Oct. 16.