George Kon of Honolulu teaches teenagers how to rehearse for life. He co-founded and leads the T-Shirt Theatre, a performance group based out of Farrington High School in Kalihi, Oʻahu, which uses a low-tech, high-zest approach to their productions, forgoing elaborate sets and costuming, and relying on honest performances by the students.
Recorded live at The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park, this modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s romantic classic with an all-black cast features Danielle Brooks and Grantham Coleman. Directed by Tony Award winner Kenny Leon.
Hidden beneath the antics of Sesame Street characters, you’ll find a principal puppeteer who hails from ʻĀina Haina in East Honolulu. Pam Arciero has been with the children’s series for nearly 40 years, primarily as Oscar the Grouch’s girlfriend, Grundgetta.
Revisit treasured moments from the unforgettable series, including behind-the-scenes clips and interview footage. Celebrate the stellar cast, the superb writing and the spectacular locations of the most successful British drama ever.
Explore the rich history of the Met Opera’s Lincoln Center home and its place in the cultural life of 1950s-60s New York City. Features famed soprano Leontyne Price, the Met’s general manager Rudolf Bing, city planner Robert Moses and architect Wallace Harrison.
Learn why Imperial Japan built a network of defensive lines, bunkers and fortifications across the island of Okinawa. The tide of war in the Pacific has now fully turned against the Imperial Japanese forces.
Experience a century of food through the life of iconic chef James Beard (1903-1985). A cookbook author, journalist and teacher, Beard helped to pioneer and expand the food media industry into the billion-dollar business it is today.
Hosted by Lord Grantham himself, Hugh Bonneville, this special rekindles the romance and drama surrounding the weddings of Downton Abbey. Interviews with the show’s creative team and cast members shed light on the series’ romances and storylines.
Paula Vogel’s Tony Award winner is inspired by the true story of the controversial 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance. The play with music looks at an explosive moment in theatrical history and explores themes including anti-Semitism, anti-immigration sentiment, homophobia and censorship.
Nominated for five 2017 Tonys, this musical presents a look at a modern family, set in the 1980s amidst the emerging AIDS crisis. Christian Borle stars as Marvin, with Stephanie J. Block as his ex-wife, Trina, and Andrew Rannells as his lover, Whizzer.
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