Cemetery Pupu Theatre - At Your Service SOLD OUT!
CEMETERY PUPU THEATRE—NEW PRODUCTION PREMIER
At Your Service
Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16, 22 and 23, 29 and 30, 2018
5 p.m. doors open. 6 p.m. performance begins. The event lasts until 8:30 p.m. approximately
$55 per person includes pupu and 2 complimentary drink tickets, with cash bar thereafter*
and followed by a “talk back” session with the actors and researcher.
Presented at O‘ahu Cemetery, 2162 Nu‘uanu Avenue.
This production highlights civil servants from the history of Hawai‘i. Alexander J. Cartwright was a leading figure in early modern baseball in New York State but wound up serving as the Honolulu Fire Chief. Curtis Piehu Iaukea born on the Island of Hawai‘i, served the Kingdom, Provisional Government, the Republic, and the Territory. Lucy Kaopaulu Peabody was a lady in waiting to Queen Emma and rechartered the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Society in 1905. Originally from New Hampshire, William Cooper Parke was appointed the Marshal of the Kingdom of Hawai‘i and chief law enforcement officer during the 1853 smallpox epidemic. Mabel Leilani Smyth was the first Native Hawaiian public health nurse and is referred to as “Hawai‘i’s Florence Nightingale.”
CEMETERY PUPU THEATRE HAS BEEN SOLD OUT THE LAST 2 YEARS.
We have added a third weekend of performances this year, but recommend you get your tickets now!
Tickets for Friday, June 29, 2018 are SOLD OUT!
HMH members at the Friends and Family level and above should call 808-447-3926
to receive their 10% discount off full price tickets.
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