History comes to life where history was laid to rest.

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We invite you to hear stories of Hawaii’s past directly from the people who lived it.

Join missionary Rev. William Richards, Hawaii’s first licensed female M.D, Dr. Sarah Eliza Peirce Emerson, and Hali`a, a character representing the victims of the smallpox epidemic of 1853, for an evening of drama, conversation and pupu.

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Admission includes performance and light pupu
Space is limited to 90 guests/performance
Advance reservations are recommended, as the last History Theatre sold out quickly.

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Details:
* Dates: Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd

* Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Performances start promptly at 6:00 p.m.

* Location: Waine’e Graveyard at Waiola Church (535 Waine’e Street, Lahaina)

* Free parking is available at the site of the event (Waiola Church).

* There will be three performances occurring simultaneously, and guests with cycle through all three performances, so please plan on a bit of walking during the event.

* This is an outdoor event, so please dress accordingly.

This program is funded through the Hawaii Tourism Authority Community Enrichment Program.