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Productions allow Ron Bright’s legacy to thrive


    Ron Bright, the beloved Castle High School drama director, died July 7, 2015, at age 81. His boosters know that “The Wiz,” a takeoff on “The Wizard of Oz,” was one of Mr. B’s pivotal shows.


    Konishiki, formerly known as Saleva‘a Atisanoe, became the first non-Japanese to reach ozeki status, the second-highest ranking in sumo wrestling. He will be the first sumotori to rap his way into Blue Note Hawaii on June 20.

The late Ron Bright, the celebrated and beloved theater director, continues to inspire youths via the nonprofit I’m a Bright Kid Foundation, organized to perpetuate his legacy. Read more

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