PLAY­ING “Buffalo’ed”:

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Kumu Kahua Theatre presents a play about the buffalo sol­diers, the African-Amer­i­can cavalry reg­i­ment formed after the Civil War, and their role in the Amer­i­can in­va­sion of the Philip­pines in 1898. 8 p.m. to­day and Satur­day, and 2 p.m. Sun­day, Kumu Kahua Theatre. More shows through Feb. 26. $5-$25. 536-4441, ku­

An­nie Cu­sick Wood’s play tells the story of two char­ac­ters who strug­gle to find their own place, only to re­al­ize the joy in shar­ing a home. Pre­sented by Honolulu Theatre for Youth. 9:30 a.m. Satur­day, with a sen­sory-friendly/ASL per­for­mance at 11:30 a.m., Ten­ney Theatre, Cathe­dral of St. Andrew. For ages 3 and older. More shows through Feb. 25. $10$20. 839-9885,­jayU Three short works by Kiki, Court­ney Tak­abayashi and Kirstyn Trom­betta are fea­tured in this site-spe­cific, plan­ta­tion-sit­u­ated chil­dren’s pro­duc­tion. 10 a.m. and

2 p.m. Satur­day and Sun­day, Hawaii’s Plan­ta­tion Vil­lage. Pre­sented by the Lee­ward Theatre. More shows through Feb. 26. $5. 677-0110 or email hpv. waipahu@hawai­

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