“Magic on Maui” is set to dazzle audiences at Maui Theatre for a limited time only, starting Saturday June 18th, 2016!
LAHAINA, MAUI, HAWAIʻI— Maui Theatre is excited to announce the premiere of “Magic on Maui” – a brand new show featuring world-renowned magician Seth Grabel! Direct from Las Vegas, Grabel brings his skills as a magician, acrobat, and comedian to Maui – taking his acclaimed “next generation magic” and adding a Hawaiian twist. Magic on Maui was created especially for Hawaii and can only be seen at Maui Theatre for one month.
Magic on Maui premieres on Saturday, June 18th at 7pm and shows for just four weekends, every Saturday and Sunday, through July 10, 2016.
Grabel is best known for his mind-blowing performances on blockbuster NBC series, “America’s Got Talent” where he stunned star judges Piers Morgan, Howie Mandel, and Sharon Osbourne quickly becoming a fan favorite amongst TV viewers. He is a highly sought-after entertainer for Hollywood parties and events and has performed for celebrities like Johnny Knoxville, Hugh Hefner and many others. He has been featured on NBC, E!, ABC, BRAVO TV’s Millionaire Matchmaker and many other networks.
“Magic on Maui”offers entertainment for the whole family with variety, magic and comedy that is guaranteed to take your breath away, make you laugh and keep your eyes glued to the stage all night long. Tickets start at $49 for adults and $24.50 for children under 12. Special VIP meet-and-greet packages are available.
Just in time for summer, “Magic on Maui” makes the perfect outing for girls night, date night, or family night! Tickets are limited so book now! Call the Maui Theatre Box Office at (808) 856-7900 or book online at www.MauiTheatre.com.
“Here Comes the Sun” Over Maui! Revisit your favorite boy band with the new Maui Beatles show, Fourever Fab!
Fourever Fab Show, the number one Trip Advisor ranked show in Honolulu, Hawaii will bring the Beatles’ music to Maui at the Maui Theater, starting April of 2016!
Fourever Fab, the Beatles Tribute Band, is composed of seasoned look and sound alike musicians who have been performing the timeless hits of the Beatles around the world for many years. Fourever Fab will be re-igniting your love for the lads who stole our hearts and changed the face of Rock’n Roll forever at the beautiful Maui Theater, the Home of Ulalena and Maui’s #1 ranked show on Trip Advisor, Burn’n Love, in Lahaina, Maui, in addition to their nightly shows in Waikiki, Oahu. The Maui Theater will seat 571 guests.
The Show starts with the famous ‘black and white’ period, performing the songs that 70 million Americans saw as they sat glued to their television set in 1964 watching “The Ed Sullivan Show”. Featuring songs like “All My Loving”, “Hard Days’ Night”, “Help”, “Twist and Shout”, to name just a few. The “Shea Stadium” period follows, recapturing the energy and excitement of the once in a lifetime concert performance with songs like “Daytripper”’, “Nowhere Man”, “Can’t Buy Me Love”, “Yesterday”, and many more that were likely never even heard over all the screams! We then progress into their most creative period of the Sergeant Peppers album. The stage is awash in color as the band dons the colorful Sgt. Peppers costumes and perform songs from this iconic period in music history. Finally, take a stroll down Abby Road as Fourever Fab performs some of the greatest songs from the later part of their career, “Get Back”, “Come Together”, “Hey Jude”, “Here Comes the Sun”, “let It Be”, and so many more.
In addition, as many of the Beatles fan may already know, George Harrison of the Beatles fell in love with Hawaii when he and John Lennon visited the islands back in 1964. Years later he purchased a property on the east side of Maui, in Nahiku, just off Hana Highway. The show will feature a very special tribute to the late George during the show. So come celebrate his beautiful music with Fourever Fab!
UPDATE: Sorry, the deadline to purchase the Kama’aina Fun Pass has passed but we may have other ‘Ulalena Love specials and discounts you can take advantage of! Click and see what current specials are running.
If you’ve already purchased the Fun Pass, you can use it as many times as you’d like through 12/31/16! Enjoy!
This is it! The biggest kama’aina promotion of the year! $15 tickets all year long with the purchase of the ‘ULALENA FUN PASS! Here are the details*:
Step 1: FUN PASS PURCHASE – Come see ‘Ulalena at 50% off regular rate between now and February 29, 2016 and receive an ‘ULALENA FUN PASS.
Step 2: USE YOUR FUN PASS – Use your Fun Pass to come back again and again to see ‘Ulalena ANYTIME, ALL THE TIME throughout 2016 and get your tickets for just $15 plus tax!
Step 3: BRING YOUR FRIENDS – Bring your friends back with you and their tickets are 50% off (regular rate, up to four guests)!
Perfect for sharing ‘Ulalena with family for special occasions and holiday get-togethers, or with loved ones visiting from outside of Hawaiʻi! Don’t wait, FUN PASS tickets are limited and first come, first serve!
*ADDITIONAL INFO: FUN PASS PURCHASE is limited to local residents with Hawaii ID. Valid identification must be presented upon initial ticket purchase. FUN PASS must be purchased before February 29, 2016 to be valid for the entire 2016. Thereafter, $15 tickets are at the same seating level as “Fun Pass Purchase” ticket. Fun Pass holders can bring up to four (4) guests each night for 50% off regular rate. Guests do not need to present Hawaii ID. Additional restrictions may apply. Not valid with any offers.
Kamaʻaina Kokua 2015
November 1 – 30, 2015
$15 ‘Ulalena & Burn’n Love Tickets (with Hawaii ID)
This year, ʻUlalena and Burnʻn Love are donating over 30% of local ticket sales to Maui United Way non-profit agencies to support keiki during the holidays.
Tickets for local Hawaii residents will be on sale for just $15 (regularly $60 and up) and $5 from each sale will be donated to one of three vital Maui organizations, per the guests’ choice. Customers can choose between The Maui Farm, Feed My Sheep or Child and Family Service.
The Maui Farm – The Maui Farm, Inc. is a community-based nonprofit organization providing farm-based, family-centered programs that teach essential life skills for self-sufficient living. The Maui Farm is located in Makawao, Maui, Hawai‘i on an 8.3 acre property leased from the County of Maui through 2045. Our campus consists of four (4) large five-bedroom multi-family homes, an administrative office, a two-acre educational farm with outdoor classroom areas for hands-on activities, and areas for recreation and play. We provide residential programs including the Family Strengthening Program serving families who are homeless due to domestic violence and other economic challenges, and the Stipend Program offering job readiness and skills training for parents who are preparing to re-enter the workforce. All of our programs provide educational opportunities that offer hands-on activities and learning through positive experiences with people, plants and animals.
Feed My Sheep – Feed My Sheep is a unique mobile food distribution program. We take our distribution to neighborhoods of need each week. We pass out bags of groceries to anyone who needs our help. We give emotional support by offering a listening ear and prayer; so that they can experience love and not judgement in their time of need. The results are exciting. Each month we give 69,000 half-pound meals. In the last year we have given food to 3,400 people including working but poor families, seniors on fixed incomes and homeless men and women. Each person who comes has a few moments with someone who cares and food for their week.
Child & Family Service – Our Mission: Strengthening Families and Fostering the Healthy Development of Children. We are partners with Hawaii’s families to help them address serious life issues, with life-changing results. We believe that positive change can happen. We help families move from the impossible, to the possible, to new possibilities. We instill hope that gives people the courage to change.Child & Family Service is known for: Helping those that are most vulnerable; Embracing the total family (from keiki to kūpuna); Respecting people for who they are and where they are; Touching over 40,000 lives every year.
Call Maui Theatre and mention “Kamaʻaina Kokua” to get your tickets today! Offer expires November 30, 2015. Seating is limited. Each guest must show valid Hawaii ID at check in.
Looking for jobs in Maui? Maui Theatre in Lahaina is excited to announce immediate employment openings! Get a Maui job in the entertainment industry with two world-class shows and a great team! Apply now for various front and back of house positions that include accounting, sales, reservations, concessions, and ushers. Pay is based on experience and applicants must be available nights and weekends. Call Maui Theatre at (808) 856-7900 for more information on these Maui jobs. For more information on these jobs in Maui call Maui Theatre at (808) 856-7900 or email email@example.com.
Welcome to our first installment of “Kākoʻo Local,” a monthly series that will highlight a selection of locally-owned businesses and organizations that live by and perpetuate the language*, culture and aloha spirit of Hawaiʻi. We encourage visitors and kamaʻāina alike to “kākoʻo local”, or support the people of Hawaiʻi whose mission, like ʻUlalena, is to celebrate and sustain our special islands’ culture. Skip the “made in (somewhere far far away from here)” souvenirs or gifts and opt for something that can truly be found nowhere else in the world. Take a genuine piece of Hawaiʻi home with you. Give the gift that can be proudly passed down to generations of your ʻohana. And take pride in this place that you live, or visit, and the memories that will last forever.
While attending University of Hawaii at Manoa and working through the Hawaiian language program, Kauaʻi born cousins Jess and Anu realized that there simply just wasn’t enough usage of the Hawaiian language (ōlelo Hawaiʻi) in the everyday lives of both island residents and visitors. This realization spawned a determination to inspire a world where ‘ōlelo Hawaiʻi is more evident in our day-to-day experiences. And hence, Sticks and Pōhaku was born and is now producing uber-trendy accessories that not only look great, but provide you a much needed daily dose of inspiration… Hawaiian style!
What is behind the name Sticks and Pohaku? Our company name, Sticks and Pōhaku, is a fusion of English and Hawaiian that makes reference to the saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” The name represents Hawaiian language being used as our “sticks and stones.”
Why/how did Sticks and Pōhaku come about? Sticks and Pōhaku originated from our passion for art and all things Hawaiian. Combining the two seemed only natural. Thus, our products were created to not only be aesthetically pleasing, but to promote the Hawaiian language and culture as well.
What kind of thought process goes behind each new piece? Our products are a fusion of our kuaʻāina roots originating on Kauaʻi and our urban lifestyles in the heart of Honolulu. Some are focused on Hawaiian proverbs (ʻōlelo noʻeau) and other products focus more on daily usage of the language.
What do you offer that is unique/different? We aspire to inspire a world where ‘ōlelo Hawaiʻi is evident in our daily experiences. Whether it be in your home, at your office, or with you on a night out on the town, Sticks and Pōhaku hopes to provide a daily dose of ‘ōlelo Hawai’i.
Anything new/exciting you are working on? We are currently working on a new line of products that will be released throughout 2015, so stay tuned!
Where do you see Sticks and Pōhaku in 5 years? All that we do at Sticks and Pōhaku is because of our passion for language, culture, and art. We hope to be able to extend our reach and promote the Hawaiian language farther each and every year!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (June 27, 2014) ‘Ulalena Celebrates 15-Year Anniversary with “Rollback” Ticket Rates Kamaʻaina tickets will be discounted to $20 for the month of July
Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii – ‘Ulalena at Maui Theatre celebrates its 15th anniversary by rolling kamaʻaina ticket prices back below what they were when ʻUlalena first opened in 1999.
Gold seating tickets for Hawaii residents (must present Hawaii ID upon check-in) are just $20 if purchased and used between July 1 and July 31, 2014. Special-priced tickets must be purchased by calling Maui Theatre at (808) 856-7900.
‘Ulalena opened its doors July 21, 1999. Since then, it has earned numerous awards and accolades from media around the world. Last year, it was named “Best Cultural Program” by Maui News readers, as well as “Best Show on Maui” every year since 2006.
“The magic and appeal of our show is that it tells the history of Hawaii in a way that is both entertaining and educational and appeals to all ages, backgrounds and cultural diversities,” said Roy Tokujo, owner and creator of ‘Ulalena.
“We feel blessed and grateful to be able to share with the world the rich culture and history of these beautiful islands we live on today,” said Todd Dougall, Maui Theatre general manager. “And we thank the community of Maui for the continued support over the years. We hope everyone takes the time to come enjoy ‘Ulalena for the first, third or 10th time this July!”
‘Ulalena is an unparalleled Hawaiian theatrical production that has shared the rich cultural history of Maui and its people for almost 15 years. The shows authentic depiction of the islands’ history combined with emotive music and dance, dazzling acrobatics and state-of-the-art light, sound and stage equipment invokes the senses and leaves the viewer wanting to know more about the islands’ culture and people. It is a quintessential cultural experience for our islands’ visitors, and a touching homage to Hawaiian people that Hawaii residents can truly take pride in.
‘Ulalena at Maui Theatre today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award for the third year in a row. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Establishments awarded the Certificate of Excellence are located all over the world and represent the upper echelon of businesses listed on the website. ‘Ulalena has earned a Certificate of Excellence every year since 2012. ‘Ulalena is in the top 10 things to do in Lahaina according to TripAdvisor Travelers.
When selecting Certificate of Excellence winners, TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account reviews ratings. Businesses must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, volume and recency of reviews. Additional criteria include a business’ tenure and popularity ranking on the site.
“We are very proud of our team here at ‘Ulalena, who always goes the extra mile to make sure ‘Ulalena is an unforgettable experience for every person that walks through these doors. And we are forever grateful for our fans, who have taken the time to review ‘Ulalena on TripAdvisor. Our goal is to move people in a way that stays with them far beyond the 75-minute show. And I think this award shows we have accomplished that,” said Maui Theatre general manager Todd Dougall.
“TripAdvisor is pleased to honor exceptional hospitality businesses for consistent excellence,” said Marc Charron, President of TripAdvisor for Business. “The Certificate of Excellence award gives top performing establishments around the world the recognition they deserve, based on feedback from those who matter most – their customers. From Australia to Zimbabwe, we want to applaud exceptional hospitality businesses for offering TripAdvisor travelers a great customer experience.”
American Red Cross – Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies with disaster relief and educational and training programs for emergency preparation.
“We try and help raise funds for various community groups at least a few times a year. We do an annual food drive for Maui Food Bank and reach out to schools and other educational institutions as much as we can throughout the year. Our show showcases the true essence of ʻohana, which in Hawaiian culture reaches beyond just our immediate blood-related relatives and into the community. It is important for us to give back to our Maui family, who has supported us for over 14 years now,” said Dennis Preussler, Sales & Marketing Director at Maui Theatre.
“Kamaʻaina Kokua” is offered on Wednesdays only, from February 26th through March 26th, 2014. Hawaii ID is required upon check in and it is not valid on previously purchased tickets. **Seating is limited and based on availability so advanced purchase is recommended.**
“Maui United Way is excited to partner with ʻUlalena, a company that cares about our community. There is so much need throughout our island and with the support of `Ulalena we are able to continue to do the work that we do in supporting 40 health and human service programs on Maui.” said Laksmi Abraham President & Chief Professional Officer at Maui United Way.
‘Ulalena is an unparalleled Hawaiian theatrical production that has shared the rich cultural history of Maui and its people for over 14 years. The show is an authentic depiction of the islands’ history and combines original music and dance with stunning acrobatics and state-of-the-art light, sound and stage equipment. It is a quintessential cultural experience for our island visitors, and a touching homage to Hawaiian people that Hawaii residents can truly take pride in.
Maui Theatre is home to ʻUlalena, new Maui show Burn’n Love and a variety of other shows and educational programs.
For more information about Kamaʻaina Kokua, call Maui Theatre at 808-856-7900.