Lose Yourself in a ShowMaui
For a mesmerizing performance, head to KA‘ANAPALI BEACH HOTEL. Known for its emphasis on all things Hawaiian, the hotel is a perfect venue for KUPANAHA.
KUPANAHA weaves Hawaiian history and myth with illusion and special effects. Veteran magician Jody Baran headlines the show with his wife, Kathleen (an accomplished dancer), in a performance that creates sensations of wonder and awe. With the “KUPANAHA DANCERS” in tow, it is indeed pure magic. The evening affair includes COCKTails and a MULTI-COURSE MEAL. Reservations are required. Visit kupanaha.com.
WARREN & ANNABELLE’S show has been rotating its very talented cast, including acclaimed showman WARREN GIBSON, to assure that no two shows are ever alike. You’ll be amazed as hours of fun, food, drinks and entertainment fly! Shows sell out quickly, so be sure to reserve your seats earlier for this spellbinding evening.
NOTE: Guests must be 21 YEARS OR OLDER with valid ID. Visit warrenandannabelles.com to learn more.
While in show mode, kick things up with The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll at Maui Theatre. Shake, rattle and roll at BURN’N LOVE, TRIPADVISOR’S NO. 1 THEATER & CONCERT ATTRACTION ON MAUI. This show brings back the magic of ELVIS IN HAWAI‘I for audience members young and old through dancing, sultry vocals and glitzy costumes. As a bonus to your Blue Hawai‘i nostalgia, Maui Food Bank receives a portion of ticket sale profits. Visit burnnlove.com for details.
FOUREVER FAB has Beatles fans singing “Here Comes the Sun!” The No.1-ranked show on O‘ahu according to TripAdvisor, Fourever Fab is a Beatles tribute band that brings the British Invasion to life on the Maui Theatre stage. The electrifying show chronicles the band’s career from its debut on the Ed Sullivan Show through the Abby Road years. Expect hits such as “Twist and Shout,” “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “Let it Be.”
This new Maui show includes a tribute to Beatle George Harrison, who made a home for himself in Nahiku, just off Hana Highway.
Other entertainment jaunts include ‘IAO THEATER, an 80-YEAR-OLD LANDMARK in Wailuku that continues to produce season after season of great theater. Since opening in 1928, the theater has been noted for several milestones: the debut of the first talking film on Maui; the premiere of From Here to Eternity hosting Hollywood greats like Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra onstage; and a controversial screening of Deep Throat.
Also, MAUI ONSTAGE, one of the longest-running theater companies in the U.S., maintains an active entertainment schedule. Find out what’s on tap at mauionstage.com.