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You will be among the first to see the premier production of “Mystery in Hawaii”! In addition to enjoying this hysterical show

and experiencing the Hawaii-themed gardens, you will enjoy a fabulous four-course dinner catered by our friends at Top's

Market/ Carmela Marie Catering. In between the scenes, guests will adjourn to the tents on the lawns for each course

of their meal which will be served with custom curated mocktails- Mai Tai or Mystic Lamp with each course. Guests are welcome to bring the beverage of their choice if they prefer. Doors for dinner theatre shows open at 2:00 pm with the appetizer course served from 2:00-2:45. The show starts promptly at 3:00 pm.

(Doors for non-dinner evening show option open at the customary 6:30 pm with show time

at 7:00 pm)

“Mystery in Hawaii” Luau Menu
Appetizer Course (Pre-Show):
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Authentic Hawaiian Macaroni Salad
First Course (After Act One/Scene One):
Pua’a Kālua Slider (Pork)
Hawaiian Slaw (with pineapple, cabbage, carrots, sesame seeds & ginger-soy lime dressing)
Main Course (Intermission):
Huli-Huli Chicken (seasoned & baked, topped with a liliko‘i BBQ glaze)
Uala - Mashed Sweet Potato (made with coconut milk, toasted garlic, and chopped chives)
Zesty Island Rice (seasoned with crushed pineapple, lime, butter, and cilantro)
Kings Hawaiian Dinner Roll with butter
Dessert Course (After Act Two/Scene One):
Pineapple Upside Down Delight Mini-cakes
Macadamia Chocolate
Kona Coffee

Mystery in Hawaii is a comedy whodunit set in modern day Honolulu. The play is in two acts, each of which consists of two scenes. All of the action takes place in an establishment known as The Poi’s On Inn, owned by a mysterious person known as The Big Man. What is his real name? That depends on which character you’re talking to! But one thing’s for sure: He considers himself to be a great Elvis impersonator! Will you agree?
The Big Man has asked his two employees, Chives the Butler and the Maid Marian, to prepare for a special event this evening. He has invited four guests to enjoy an evening of poi and entertainment. The guests include Harry DeWhipped, a straight-laced Hawaiian businessman who needs structure in his life; Harry’s wife Loosey, a hula dancer for whom the word “flirtatious” is an understatement; Rap Scallion, a young rap artist who has had a big hit, but ever since he was sued for plagiarism, can’t help talking in rap – all the time; and Rap’s girlfriend, Vidalia Sweet, whose prim and proper personality seems to be covering up a very revealing secret. And there is an additional guest, not on the invite list: The great detective, Celery King, hired by Harry DeWhipped to keep an eye on Loosey to determine if she has been unfaithful to him. Celery appears as the suave and sophisticated ladies’ man, John Smith, but he must reveal his true identity when the Big Man falls over after doing his Elvis act, apparently poisoned.
When the Honolulu homicide detective, Lieutenant Danny Doufus is called in, things really go for a spin, with plot twists, missing bodies and lots of unanswered questions. Everyone is a suspect. Can Celery King remove all the layers from this onion of a mystery? Stick around for the final scene to find out!
        TICKETS: $65

Audition Notice- Little Women! Holiday 2024!
Announcing The Arts at Angeloria’s auditions for Little Women adapted by Thomas Hischak based on the book by Louisa May Alcott.
Auditions: 6:30 pm on Sunday, August 25 and Monday, August 26, 2024 with potential callbacks on Wednesday, August 28, 2024 (Doors open at 6:00 pm. 6:30 PM for Youth 15+ 7:00 PM for Adults)
Tech Week: Sunday-Thursday, November 17-21, 2024Performances: November 22, 23, 24, 30, December 1, 6, 7,And 8 (Fri/Sat @ 7pm - Sun @ 2pm) Director: Kevin Pelkey


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Effective July 10th, 2022 the Arts at Angeloria’s will no longer require patrons to be vaccinated in order to attend our performances, events, classes, or programs. Patrons may be required to wear masks in some instances. This requirement will vary based on the nature and location of our performances, events, classes, or programs.