Arts & Entertainment

The basement of Hale Alaka‘i was once a morgue -Hannah Bailey

Ghouls abound at many O‘ahu schools

Finding places on O‘ahu that are supposedly haunted is not a difficult feat. In fact, a good deal of these haunted places are buildings that we still occupy today. One story that has been told over the decades is the ghost of University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. There […]

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Theatre students reenact Hawai‘i’s Massie/Kahahawai case

Theatre students reenact Hawai‘i’s Massie/Kahahawai case

On Oct. 20, Massie-Kahahawai, a historical drama, strikes the stage at Palikū Theatre. Directed by WCC lecturer Taurie Kinoshita and performed by first and second-year WCC theatre students, this show is going to be a hit. Pun intended. Massie-Kahahawai, written by Dennis Carroll with additional narration from Honor Killing by […]

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Photo by Patrick Hascall

Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

The 17th annual Windward Ho‘olaule‘a on Oct. 7 was a big success with fantastic entertainment, ‘ono food, plenty of goods for sale, activities for the kids, dancing, awesome classic cars,  and you name it! It was fun for the whole family. Here are a few photos.   All photos by […]

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WCC theatre students worked and played hard in the U.K. this summer - Courtesy of Nicolas Logue

WCC theatre students take London by storm

Nine theatre students from WCC participated in a two-week study abroad experience in the United Kingdom (U.K.) this summer focused on Shakespeare. Led by Windward theatre faculty Nicolas Logue and Taurie Kinoshita, every day was filled with workshops and hands-on training by some of the best theatre instructors in the […]

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King and I’s King of Siam and Anna The Nanny are played by Micheal Ng and WCC student Daphnei Hussein - Courtesy of Tina Mahina

Palikū Theatre continues to shine in the spotlight

WCC’s Palikū Theatre continues to draw widespread attention for its award-winning musicals and plays. At this year’s Hawai‘i State Theatre Council’s Po‘okela Awards, the theatre brought home seven awards for last fall’s musical, 1776 – The Musical. It won for Overall Musical Production with individual honors going to Anna Foster […]

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Raku projects oxidize in the fiery kiln, creating bright colors and a beautiful glow in the darkness of night - Courtesy of Momoe Nakajima

Gallery ‘Iolani displays the beauty of Raku

Gallery ‘Iolani’s latest exhibit, Raku Ho‘olaule‘a 2017, showcases more than 70 ceramic art pieces glazed and fired during the Hawai‘i Craftsmen’s 41st annual Raku Ho‘olaule‘a at Camp Mokulē‘ia in May. The exhibit, which features work from 37 artists, was juried by experts in traditional and contemporary Raku techniques. Originating in […]

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WCC theatre students set to test their skills abroad

WCC theatre students set to test their skills abroad

  This summer, WCC is offering a two-week intensive study abroad experience in the United Kingdom (UK) for theatre students. The first week will be in London where students will take workshops at the East 15 Acting School that focus on Acting, Voice, Movement and Shakespeare in Performance. The students […]