Welcome to the Jewel of the Windward side!
Concerts, drama, musicals, dance programs, film festivals, lectures, intimate Hawaiian music sessions — they’re all part of what island audiences can look forward to in Palikū Theatre.
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WCC Theatre 260 presents:
Tales of Ko'olaupoko
Tales of Koʻolaupoko breathes life into the stories of the Windward side following the travels of Kaulu in search of his brother Kaeha. We journey through the moku encountering sacred akua, kiaʻi, and people of the land. Three current-day Hawaiian youths help tell the tales making way for a fun, exciting adventure for the whole family to enjoy.
I ka ʻōlelo nō ke ola, i ka ōlelo nō ka make (In words there is life and in words there is death.) Haʻi moʻolelo (telling of stories) brings to life epic journeys, battles, and family history. Three modern day young Hawaiian students relate the epic of Kaulu’s birth, and the jealous rage of his older brother, who, envious of Kaulu’s prodigous mana, attempts to usurp him. Along the way they share the origins of the pahu (drum), encounter mo’o, witness the brave voyage of Kila, tell tales of epic battles between Kaulu and a dog-man, giant shark, and the mighty gods Kane and Kanaloa. Through their sharing these stories of the Windward side live on—our history lives on. Koʻolaupoko e ʻola nō a mau aku ē.
April 1, (Friday), 7:30 p.m.
Paliku Arts Festival shows:
April 2 (Saturday) 11 am & 2 pm (free)
April 3 (Sunday), 2 p.m.
April 7 (Thursday), 4:30 pm, 7:30 pm
April 8, 9 (Friday, Saturday), 7:30 pm
Running time is one hour.
$10 General Admission
$5 Discount tickets for any Child or Student (with or without ID, from any school), Seniors, Military
To purchase tickets, go to eTicketHawaii or call
To learn more about Theatre 260
and other theatre classes offered at Windward CC,
contact instructor Nicolas Logue via email or
by phone at .
May 3, 2016, Tuesday 7:00pm
Music Showcase: Piano Program
Piano program students under the direction of So Jin Kimura
May 4, 2016, Wednesday 7:00pm
Music Showcase: Hanauna Mele
UH West Oahu and WCC slack key guitar and ‘ukulele students under the direction of Kamuela Kimokeo. Special guest artist: Ledward Kaapana
May 6, 2016, Friday 7:00pm
Music Showcase: Slack Key Guitar, Hawaiian Music & Vocals
WCC slack key guitar students under the direction of Ron Loo; Hawaiian music and Vocals under the direction of Ka‘ala Carmack.
The list above is partial. To see all production dates, click here for Full List of Events
by Phone (808) 235-7310. Please make sure to leave a clear message.
on the Web 24/7 at eTicketHawaii.com A $3 fee will apply to online sales only.
Palikū Theatre Office
Windward Community College
45-720 Kea'ahala Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744
Box Office: (808) 235-7310
Manager's Phone: (808) 235-7330
FAX: (808) 235-7312
Donations can be made to Palikū Theatre on the UH Foundation site.
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