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Familiar Strangers met with enthusiasm and applause as it made its debut at BYU-Hawaii

 

Seven strangers meet at diner and part ways, leaving more familiar with each other after the encounter. Written and composed by BYU–Hawaii alumnus Spencer Grubbe and senior Carly Stone, Familiar Strangers was shown to the public from Oct. 23-27 in the Little Theater at BYUH.

One-act festival features original student work

Students said they gained experience writing, directing, acting and staging sets in a series of original One-Act Plays put on towards the end of the Spring 2018 Semester during a four-night, One-Act Festival entitled Ka Pā ‘Ani.

In pursuit of acting career, veteran fulfills childhood dream working at PCC

While serving in Iraq after 9/11 for almost a year, BYUH alumnus Tupua Ainu’u promised himself he would follow his dream of becoming a successful actor if he survived.

 

Shakespeare in Samoa: BYUH theatre production gives “Romeo and Juliet” a Samoan setting

Theatre Director Kristl Densley set Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” in Samoan culture and history to produce a BYU-Hawaii show audiences said provided comedy and a lesson on empathy between cultures.

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