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Manoa Valley Theatre
Honolulu, Hawaii

The Manoa Valley Theatre is a theater group with its own theater in the Manoa Valley of Honolulu that focuses primarily on producing Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, musicals, and other contemporary, mainstream stage productions. The mission of the Manoa Valley Theatre is "to entertain and enrich Hawaii's audiences and artists through the production and promotion of live theatre".

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Manoa Valley Theatre 2009-2010 Season
-2009 Sep 3-20 | Forbidden Broadway (Musical Review)
-2009 Nov 12-29 | Winter Wonderettes (Holiday Musical)
-2010 Jan 14-31 | The Dixie Swim Club (Comedy/Drama)
-2010 Mar 4-21 | Hair (Musical)
-2010 May 20-Jun 6 | Sleuth (Drama/Thriller)
-2010 July 8-25 | Once Upon a Time (Musical)

Manoa Valley Theatre 2008-2009 Season
-2008 Sep 3-21 | Always... Patsy Cline (Musical)
-2008 Nov 12-30 | Frost Nixon: (Drama)
-2009 Jan 14-Feb 1 | Gutenberg! (Musical)
-2009 Mar 18-Apr 5 | Tuesday With Morrie (Drama)
-2009 May 13-31 | Duck Hunter Shoots Angel (Comedy)
-2009 Jul 1-19 | Putnam County Spelling Bee (Musical)

History of the Manoa Valley Theatre
A group of University of Hawaii Theater Department students founded an adult theater organization in 1969 called the Hawaii Performing Arts Company. For the first couple of years their performances were in small spaces in Downtown Honolulu. By 1971 the theater company needed a larger venue and for the next twelve years they performed in the 100 seat Manoa Valley Chapel of the Kawaiahao Church. In the 1980's about $1 million was raised to acquire a new theater and in 1987 the theater group dedicated their new 150-seat theater in the Manoa Valley and their theater group began operating under the same name as their new theater, the Manoa Valley Theatre.


Manoa Valley Theatre
2833 East Manoa Road
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 96822
Phone: 808-988-6131

See also:
- Small Community Theaters on Oahu
- Large Performing Arts Centers on Oahu
- Manoa Valley Attractions



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