Kāmau Aʻe Opens at Kumu Kahua

Kāmau Aʻe Opens at Kumu Kahua
On May 31st Alani Apio’s hit play, Kāmau Aʻe, returned to stage of Kumu Kahua Theater bringing to light the struggles faced with the issues of Hawaiian sovereignty for a new generation of audiences.  The play runs from May 31st to July 1st, and will be shown every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at 8pm and on Sundays at 2pm.  For more information and for tickets visit www.kumukahua.org.
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