HAWAII THEATRE CENTER | 791.1301
The third installation in Hawaii Pops “Concert Series” brings one of the most talented contemporary music performers to Hawaii Theatre for a special, one-night-only concert. Smooth Jazz Superstar Dave Koz unites saxophonist Dave Koz, jazz musician Matt Catingub and Hawaii Pops Orchestra for a sophisticated evening of musical harmony. hawaiitheatre.com
NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 596.7858
London’s gritty back alleys come alive as a wrongfully accused criminal, who calls himself Sweeney Todd, returns to England after a 15-year exile, masquerading as one of the city’s finest barbers. His mission? Revenge Ã la straight razor. Don’t miss Sweeney Todd, Hawaii Opera Theatre’s song-filled serving of “up-close shaves and meat pies.” Through Apr. 28. hawaiiopera.org
NEAL S. BLAISDELL CONCERT HALL | 946.8742
HawaiÊ»i Symphony Orchestra presents Â¡EspaÃ±a!, a flavorful matinee of global music. Famed Mexican conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto and Mark Kosower, renowned Principal Cellist for the Cleveland Orchestra, will showcase a three-part presentation of international compositions at Blaisdell. hawaiisymphonyorchestra.org
THE BRAD POWELL THEATRE | 722.6947
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Tony-Award winning author Tracy Letts’ humorous and heartwarming tale of business venture between a former 1960s radical and an energetic teenager to turn around a struggling Chicago donut shop. Join The Actors’ Group (TAG) for Superior Donuts, a Broadway production The New York Times penned “a gentle comedy that unfolds like an extended episode of a 1970s sitcom.” Through May 31. taghawaii.net
MANOA VALLEY THEATRE | 988.6131
Join a charming rogue for a roaring midnight party in an airy mental institution, and then watch how the stern head nurse handles his rebellious amusement. Manoa Valley Theatre presents One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, an entertaining, dramatic tale of recreational revolt. Through May 31. manoavalleytheatre.com
DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE | 733.0274
Journey with vivacious Allentown, Pennsylvania native Peggy Sawyer to New York City, circa 1933, for her lucky break as a chorus girl in a Broadway show. Watch Peggy sing and tap dance her way to the top in Diamond Head Theatre’s 100th anniversary presentation of 42nd Street. Through Jun. 7. diamondheadtheatre.com
BISHOP MUSEUM | 847.3511 Nani I Ka Hala. Through July 26.
HAWAI’I STATE ART MUSEUM (HiSAM) | 586.0300 He Makana: The Gertrude Mary Joan Damon Haig Collection of Hawaiian Art, Painting and Prints
HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART | 532.8700 Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, Neo-Impressionists: 19th Century Prints and Drawings. Through May 24.
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