Monday, July 5, 2010

Maui Arts & Cultural Center - Events for JULY 2010

Maui's fabulous facility for concerts, art and more has a great calendar of events in July.

(MACC presents - see ** asterisk)
(ticket prices will have facility/ticketing fees added)

ONE CAMERON WAY, KAHULUI, HI  96732
Box Office: 808-242-7469, boxoffice@mauiarts.org

**Thursday, July 15
SOLO SESSIONS with
Jake Shimabukuro
McCoy Studio Theater, 7:30 pm
Get a session with Jake Shimabukuro, Hawaii’s ‘ukulele ambassador, unplugged in the intimate McCoy Studio! Jake will take the stage with stories, songs and lightening-fast strumming in his signature ‘ukulele style. Peace, Love & ‘Ukulele
Tickets:  $25 and $45 VIP seating with early access to theater and meet-and-greet

Friday, July 16
The Comedy Hui
McCoy Studio Theater, 7 pm
Round two in a monthly series, this island improv comedy show features fast-paced games, wacky characters and even a few musicals. If you liked the TV show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” you won’t want to miss this one, which is character based comedy from audience suggestion. Each performance is completely different because each audience co-creates the show with the cast and a live band. Get your giggles on and don’t forget to bring your friends for a night full of laugh-out-loud fun.
Tickets:  $22, $11 kids aged 12 & under   

July 20 – August 25
John Melville Kelly:  The Artist and Printmaker
Exhibit in Schaefer International Gallery
Opening Reception:  Saturday, July 17 from 5 to 7 pm
This exhibit is a retrospective of printmaking works by John Kelly, dating back to the height of his popularity in the 1930s and 40s through 1962. Kelly is well known for his idyllic depictions of Native Hawaiian women, fishermen and lei makers from the nostalgic golden era of Hawai‘i. The exhibition will follow major differences in technique and style which reflect the artist’s skills as a printmaker and his ability to capture the island way of life. A small collection of works by his partner and wife, Kate Kelly, will be exhibited for the first time.
Open Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm, FREE admission.

Saturday, July 24
5th Annual Reggae in the Valley
Events Lawn, 5 pm
Featuring Sly Dog, Rushouze, Dani Girl, Maoli, Natural Vibes, Ten Feet, Kolohe Kai and FIJI, this concert will be a night jam-packed with old school and new school local music across the spectrum. Gate opens at 4:30 pm and music starts early. Tickets:  $20 in advance, $30 day of show





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