For more than half a century, Mānoa Valley Theatre has entertained as “Honolulu’s off-Broadway playhouse,” treating audiences to a vast repertoire of productions ranging from classic dramas and comedies to contemporary musicals and even concerts.
To have accomplished that and still be at it is no easy feat, to be sure. If anything, it’s cause for celebration — which is exactly what Mānoa Valley Theatre plans to do come April 18, when it hosts its Mānoa Marquee Sapphire Ball (see “Party With MVT” on page 31) to commemorate its 51st anniversary.
But the night is not solely about all things Mānoa Valley Theatre; it also pays tribute to those in the community who continue to help it thrive, namely Dorothy “Dot” Mason and Dr. Mark Mugiishi, this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award and Mānoa Marquee honoree, respectively.
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