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Art, international, classic, and silent films are screened at the intimate 280-seat Doris Duke Theatre. Although small, the theater is still classy and comfortable. It also has a great sound system. www.honoluluacademy.org.
This group stages delightful productions from September through May. Founded in 1955, it's one of the oldest children's theaters in the country, serving more than 5 million people through school and family performances and drama-education programs. www.htyweb.org.
Better known as "HOT," the Hawaii Opera Theatre has been known to turn the opera-challenged into opera lovers since 1960. All operas are sung in their original language with projected English translation. Tickets range from $29 to $120. www.hawaiiopera.org.
This beautifully restored theater, built in the 1920s in a Beaux-Arts style, hosts a wide variety of events, including international theatrical productions and touring acts, festivals, and films. It's easily the loveliest theater in Hawaii. Tours cost $10 and are offered Tuesday at 11 am. Admission for performances varies. www.hawaiitheatre.com.
Rain or shine, on the first Friday of every month, the downtown Honolulu and Chinatown districts come alive after dark with a lively street party. Art galleries and restaurants open late, and local musicians and DJs provide the soundtrack for the evening. Check the website for featured artists and musicians. www.firstfridayhawaii.com.
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