Hawaii Tribune-Herald from Hilo, Hawaii on June 11, 2000 · 39
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Hawaii Tribune-Herald from Hilo, Hawaii · 39

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In the footsteps of our legendary divas Hawaii Tribune-Herald. Sunday, June 1 1 , 200039 The East Hawaii Cultural Center presents Jackie Pualani Johnson in DivaDivine Saturday, June 17, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, June 18, at 2 p.m. Pass my boa, please ... Stars have sung, stormed, stomped, and sobbed on the musical stage for decades, making names for themselves as troopers who knew how to harness their talents and stop a show on its heels. From the resonance of Merman, to the glitz of Channing, or the subtle wit of today's Bernadette Peters, divas of the musical theater have made their mark with smoky torch songs, up-tempo production numbers, and amazing stage presence. DivaDivine is a one-woman show that dances through the lives of renowned ladies of the stage, unveil ing their humanity through their life stones and trademark show tunes. With laughter and a few tears, the stories hidden behind the boas come to life, all the while keeping time to the never-ending pulse of fame. Johnson has been a drama professor at UH-Hilo for 21 years, where she has directed 14 musicals and appeared in five more. Her favorite roles include Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd and Golde in Fiddler on the Roof, along with Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, and crazy Amy in Company. She began singing during her high school years in Hilo under the direction of Clarence Waipa of St. Joseph's High. Popoki and his big adventures Popoki, a spirited Hawaiian cat, did not like rules. He didn't listen to his grandmother. And he got into trouble big trouble. During his visit to the Big Island, Popoki learned that a volcano can be a dangerous place. He also learned that it's scary to be lost, and that sometimes mysterious things happen when you're trying to find your way home. The lushly illustrated book captures the spirit of this spunky little cat as qc tt Hramatip vnlmnir lanH- T bll - 1,1 IV. Ul UlltUllV , scape of the Big Island, and "Popp-. ki's Incredible Adventure at the Vol- Ann i iisitratea nv Anarea n. wimon. 1 is suitable for ages 3 and up. it m am f m. m mm . a . ui nnnnnnnnT jm . a a - rQnTQ 1 n c maoiinn m - rm a. m m rm mum rm m m ar bbbH9h - W aaaaaaaaBffiB5fflHaaaaaBaaaa I bLhbbbbbbHE mm IK fiU aflaf --------- aaaaB"aaaaaaaaaaaaaBw Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaar aaaaaaaaaakaaSSR 3 DivaDivine is a one-woman show that dances through the lives of renowned ladies of the stage. The East Hawaii Cultural Center presents Jackie Pualani Johnson in DivaDivine Saturday, June 1 7, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, June 1 8, at 2 p.m. In recent years, she has performed on tour in China and Scandinavia with the Kona Community Chorus under the direction of Ken Staton, who has been her performance partner and mentor since he hired her to teach drama at UHH back in 1979. Sudha Achar, chairperson of East Hawaii Cultural Center, notes "we are honored that Jackie had chosen the center for the premier of this exciting show. We look forward to a follow-up performance as well." Admission is $10. The fourth team captain's meeting for the American Cancer Society's 8th annual Moonlight MadnessRelay For Life will be held Thursday, June 15, at 5 p.m. at Hilo Medical Center's ground floor conference room. RSVP to the American Cancer Society at 935-9763. This meeting will address the event's logistical details, give an entertainment update and cover on-site activities. Anyone interested in putting a team together for mis year's event is welcome. Team captain's packets will be distributed. Teams who pay their $50 commitment fee will also be able to select their tent site after the meeting. This year's event will be July 22-23 from 7 p.m.-7 a.m. at Francis Wong Stadium. The overnight event includes entertainment, educational activities, children's games, a candle-lighting ceremony to honor people whose lives have been touched by cancer and a hospitality tent for cancer survivors. For more information on how to put a team together for this major fun-filled event, contact the American Cancer Society at 935-9763. Police ball set in Kona The Kona Crime Prevention Committee Police Officer's Ball will be held at the Kona Surf Resort on Saturday, June 17, at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50, available at Video Showplace in the Crossroads Shopping Center and at the door. Group reservations for 8 or 10-seat tables are also available. Babysitting is available with advanced reservations. Funds raised from the event go for the purchase of equipment for the Kona Police Station. Call Laura Bollinger at 326-1636, Ginger Towle at 329-2051 or Liz Holey at 326-7787. 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The Walki'i Mudc Festival Is an ait oho! and drag free event. 8undygwel8,2000 I nrnn DninkraiT Emit Dor fiminriflll ColoI Rl UJM Lultc naiuuuvv mil! uui - uuunuiui aaiau uai VA Festive Dessert Bar Champagne, Wines, Juices, father's Day Champagne 'Brunch 10:30AM to 2:00PM Soup Du Jour Portuguese Bean Soup Omelette Station Ham, Bacon, Green Onion, Tomatoes, Fresh Mushrooms, Maui Onions, Mozzarella & Cheddar Che Carving Station Roast Prime Rib of Beef Au Jus Honey-Guava Glazed Ham Hot Entrees Roast Turkey with Sausage & Chestnut Stuffing Oyster Chicken, Chow Mein Noodles Tasty & Tender Shoyu Pork Steamed Fillet of Sole with Sweet-Sour Canton Sauce Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Steamed White Rice Waffle Station Butter, Whipped Cream, AssortedToppmgs Coffee & Tea Adults: $22.75 Child 7-11: $13.75 Child 3-6: $5.95 father's flay Seafood 'Hawaiian 'Dinner 'Buffet 5:30PM to 9:00PM Hot Entrees Alaskan Snow Crab Local Style Mahi Mahi LauLau Kalua Pig Huh Huli Chicken Teriyaki Short Ribs Chicken Long Rice led White Rice ing Station Roast Baron of Beef Honey-Guava Glazed Ham Cold Seafood Bar Lomi Salmon Oysters On The Half Shell Cocktail Sh rim p, Ahi & Tako Sashimi AW &Tako Poke, Ocean Salad Crab & Broccoli Salad Poi Fresh Salad Bar Fresh Island Fruit Supreme Dessert Bar Draft Bee Assorted Wines & Fruit juices Adults: $24.50 Child 7-11: $13.95 Child 3-6: $7.00 Reservations Recommended - Please call 935-9361 Entertainment Card and Senior Citizens Discounts do not apply on special promotions or holidays VW HOTEL 71 Banyan Drive, Hilo

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