Noe Tanigawa

Arts & Culture reports from HPR's Noe Tanigawa

HOT's Lucia di Lammermoor

ShareThisHawai’i Opera Theatre’s tragic romance, Lucia di Lammermoor, is based on allegedly true events. In 17th century Scotland, clan wars have driven one family to the brink of disaster, and a young girl must choose between love and loyalty.
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The Ladd Brothers Take The Contemporary Museum

ShareThisSteven and William Ladd create objects and landscapes that combine drawing, sculpture, installation, performance, craft and fashion. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited their show at the Contemporary Museum to find their art and lives are based on both hard work and play. “Steven & William Ladd: 9769 Radio Drive” will continue at the Contemporary Museum in Makiki through May 8.
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"Manufactured Reality", a Mini Film Series Asks, What Is Real?

ShareThisInterisland Terminal presents a mini film series entitled “Manufactured Reality”, February 15-17, at Consolidated’s Kahala Theatres. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with the series curator about new challenges to the axiom: “Seeing is believing”. MARWENCOL particularly, holds a two-way mirror up to reality. For information and tickets check www.interislandterminal.org .
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A Taste of the O'ahu Fringe Festival 2011

ShareThisThe Edinburgh Fringe Festival is an internationally acclaimed venue for some of the most adventurous and satisfying performing arts on the planet. In recent years, local artists and schools have ventured to Scotland to perform, and now an O’ahu Fringe Festival is in the works.
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"Da Kine Space", Kumu Kahua presents Lee Tonouchi's new play

ShareThisLee Tonouchi, “Da Pidgin Guerilla,” has lobbed a new Molotov cocktail into Honolulu’s theatre scene. “Da Kine Space” is a lively romp in an unlikely setting: a contemporary art gallery. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports. Prominent local artists including Solomon Enos, Cade Roster, and Ryan Higa have artworks in the production and will participate in a salon sale this Friday before the performance.
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