In this hilarious and heart warming, Tony Award winning semi-autobiographical Neil Simon play, young Eugene Morris Jerome enlists in the U.S. Army at the end of World War II. He is shipped from his Brooklyn home to basic training in Biloxi, Mississippi. At boot camp, Eugene is antagonized by the manic drill instructor, is introduced to adulthood, love and sex through his experiences with a diverse and rowdy group of young recruits, his first girlfriend, and a local prostitute.
Directed by Larry Reitzer
The Hilo Community Players present A Christmas Cabaret!
Orchid Isle Orchestra will present its annual holiday concert on Sunday, December 1, 4 PM, at the Kahua ‘Elua Theater (upstairs black-box theater) of the East Hawaii Cultural Center in Hilo. Artistic Director Cathy Young and Assistant Walter Greenwood will team with Guest Conductor David MacKenzie in presenting Ho! Ho! Hoedown!, a concert celebrating the immigrant experience and diversity of our musical heritages.
Fat, Pretty, and Soon to Be Old
A new storytelling event by award-winning writer/performer Kimberly Dark
November 22, 7 p.m. East Hawaii Cultural Center - Kahua ‘Elua, sliding scale fee of $10-15!
Hilo Community Players presents Bare in the upstairs Kahua ‘Elua Theatre at the East Hawaii Cultural Center for ten performances August 13 – August 29th.
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE AT HILOPLAYERS.ORG
An Exploration of Light, Sound and Spirit: A presentation of 7 videos synthesizing music and projected imagery by Ken Goodrich of Hawaii Photo Retreat.
Walking into a sunlit forest, gazing upon a turquoise sea, hearing the strains of a haunting melody or the wind in the trees, we can be transported to other realms out of the bounds of time and place.
Utilizing music from many cultures and images ranging from luminescent landscapes to microscopic crystal formations, Goodrich's multimedia explorations are the celebration of the spirit that animates all beings.
Orchid Isle Orchestra’s Double Rainbow
Orchid Isle Orchestra presents a “Double Rainbow” concert on Sunday, June 2, 4 p.m. at the East Hawaii Cultural Center.