Perform in English and Hoike in Hawaiian Language. Sit in English and Noho in Hawaiian Language. Release in English and Hookuu in Hawaiian Language. Dance in English and Haa in Hawaiian Language. Hide in English and Pee in Hawaiian Language. Memorize in English and Hoopaanaau in Hawaiian Language. Touch in English and Hoopa in Hawaiian Language. Sing in English and Mele in Hawaiian Language. Appear in English and Oili in Hawaiian Language. Dive in English and Luu in Hawaiian Language. Crawl in English and Kolo in Hawaiian Language. Dance in English and Hula in Hawaiian Language. Balance in English and Kaulike in Hawaiian Language. Bellow in English and Kuo in Hawaiian Language. Breathe in English and Hanu in Hawaiian Language. Extend in English and Hoonui in Hawaiian Language. Embrace in English and Puliki in Hawaiian Language. Flinch in English and Kuemi in Hawaiian Language. Sit in English and Noho in Hawaiian Language. Release in English and Hookuu in Hawaiian Language. Dance in English and Haa in Hawaiian Language.
Hide in English and Pee in Hawaiian Language. Memorize in English and Hoopaanaau in Hawaiian Language. Touch in English and Hoopa in Hawaiian Language. Sing in English and Mele in Hawaiian Language. Appear in English and Oili in Hawaiian Language. Dive in English and Luu in Hawaiian Language. Crawl in English and Kolo in Hawaiian Language. Dance in English and Hula in Hawaiian Language. Balance in English and Kaulike in Hawaiian Language. Bellow in English and Kuo in Hawaiian Language. Breathe in English and Hanu in Hawaiian Language. Extend in English and Hoonui in Hawaiian Language. Embrace in English and Puliki in Hawaiian Language. Flinch in English and Kuemi in Hawaiian Language.

Memorial Day – PRIME TIME

Prime Time Series
October 19-23, 2022
WED-SAT 7:30pm
SUN 2:00pm

By Paul Donnelly

Directed by MFA Candidate Ron Heller

It’s 1992. AIDS and anti-gay hysteria are rampant. George is a doctor who has been watching his patients die. As a gay man himself, he understands the stigma and discrimination they face. How does he deal with the cold hard fact that he cannot offer them any effective treatment? When Evelyn, a drag queen who died years earlier, appears, is it a hallucination or is she an angel of mercy? Playwright Paul Donnelly mixes empathy with unsettling humor to deal with a difficult question – when a generation of young men is dying, and there is nothing you can do to stop it, how do you deal with that pain?

This is the first production of Memorial Day in Hawai’i.

TICKETS

$8 UHM Student with current UHM ID
$13 Non-UHM Student/Youth
$16 UH Faculty/Staff, Military, Senior
$18 Regular (Adult)

Click HERE to purchase tickets online (starting Aug 15)

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