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Maui Fringe Theater Festival 2020 This Weekend

January 20, 2020, 3:20 PM HST
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ʻĪao Theater. Photo courtesy via Tom Blackburn-Rodriguez.

Maui OnStage and Surf Rents Trucks presents the Maui Fringe Theater Festival 2020, a weekend marathon of the performing arts, from Jan. 23 through 26 at the Historic ʻĪao Theater.

Performing at this year’s Fringe are “Chemo Barbie” by Heather Keller, “Cave Girl the Musical” by Glennis McCarthy, “He Wants To Run” by David Kleinberg, “How Can I Help?” by Victoria McGee, “Maui Belly Dance Company” and “My Name Is Mommy” by April Wish.

Tickets cost $15 per show with a limited number of $75 VIP passes available by phone only (808-242-6969). The all-festival passes include admission to the catered opening night party and the closing night awards ceremony.

For the complete Maui Fringe schedule, click here.

The Maui Fringe Theater Festival contains adult content and some shows may not appropriate for children.

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Below is a schedule of performances: 

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Thursday, Jan. 23

  • 6:30 p.m.: Chemo Barbie by Heather Keller
    7:45 p.m.: Cave Girl the Musical by Glennis McCarthy

Friday, Jan. 24

  • 6:30 p.m.: He Wants To Run by David Kleinberg
    7:45 p.m.: How Can I Help? by Victoria McGee

Saturday, Jan. 25

  • 1:00 p.m.: He Wants To Run by David Kleinberg
    2:15 p.m.: Chemo Barbie by Heather Keller
    3:30 p.m.: Cave Girl the Musical by Glennis McCarthy
    4:45 p.m.: How Can I Help? by Victoria McGee
    6:30 p.m.: He Wants To Run by David Kleinberg
    7:45 p.m.: Maui Belly Dance Company
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Sunday, Jan. 26

  • 2:15 p.m.: Cave Girl the Musical by Glennis McCarthy
    3:30 p.m.: How Can I Help? by Victoria McGee
    4:45 p.m.: Chemo Barbie by Heather Keller
    6:30 p.m.: My Name Is Mommy by April Wish
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