NEW YORK — The Clintons are going back to the White House this spring — onstage, that is.
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NEW YORK — Larry David will hand over his starring role on Broadway to an old “Seinfeld” pal — Jason Alexander.
The Hilo rock band Ironwoods will celebrate the upcoming release of their new record with a show March 28 at the Hilo Town Tavern.
LOS ANGELES — As promised, the Terminator and the man who originated the steely machine — Arnold Schwarzenegger — are back this summer for another go in “Terminator: Genisys,” and Paramount Pictures, eager for a blockbuster, has already fired up a machine of its own — the publicity kind.
NEW YORK — A new book of photos by legendary photographer Weegee shows what industrialized, pre-gentrified New York looked like in the mid-20th century, before the city was crammed with towers and billboards.
Kaumakaiwa Kanaka‘ole headlines OLA! Makalii, a 20-year concert celebration of the double-hulled Polynesian voyaging canoe, at 7 p.m. Saturday at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
The Palace Theater has changed the name of its spring variety show to “A Century of Hapa-Haole Songs.” The previous name of the show, which was the same as a historic radio and television broadcast, is a registered trademark of the parent company of Hula Records, according to Palace Executive Director Morgen Bahurinsky.
BOSTON — Before Beyonce, there were the Beatles. Before the Beatles, there was Brahms. And before Brahms was even born, there was the Handel & Haydn Society.
This year’s Kamuela Philharmonic Concerto Competition Concert, “A Salute to Youth!,” is slated at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Kahilu Theatre.
New York Polyphony is unique in today’s music world.
Jazz returns to the Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus on Saturday when Grammy Award-winning singer Pauline Wilson joins Junior Choy and the VAC jazz ensemble for an evening of “sultry jazz.”
SAN FRANCISCO — Breaking with tradition, Walt Disney Animation Studios will make a sequel to its blockbuster animated film “Frozen,” marking a rare instance in which the company will release a theatrical follow-up to one of its movies.
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles presents “It Gets Better” at 7:30 p.m. April 2, at the University of Hawaii at Hilo Performing Arts Center.
“Insurgent” doesn’t seriously diverge from the “Divergent/Hunger Games/Maze Runner” formula until its final act.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo presents a screening of the award-winning documentary film “A2-B-C” at 5 p.m. Monday in University Classroom Building Room 100.