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Hawaii theater groups adapt as they continue to face COVID-19 restrictions

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                                “Shout! The Mod Musical” starred Vanessa Manuel-Mazzullo, left, as Yellow Girl, Tricia Marciel as Blue Girl, Bailey Barnes as Orange Girl, Megan Ellis as Red Girl and Kim Anderson as Green Girl.

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    “Shout! The Mod Musical” starred Vanessa Manuel-Mazzullo, left, as Yellow Girl, Tricia Marciel as Blue Girl, Bailey Barnes as Orange Girl, Megan Ellis as Red Girl and Kim Anderson as Green Girl.

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                                Juvy Lucina, Kahana Ho (standing, second from left), Dylan Leming, Jonathan Saavedra and Chivalry Butler in “x other: a micro-show” at Kumu Kahua Theatre.

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    Juvy Lucina, Kahana Ho (standing, second from left), Dylan Leming, Jonathan Saavedra and Chivalry Butler in “x other: a micro-show” at Kumu Kahua Theatre.

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                                Assigned seats were spread out during a recent performance of “Popcorn Falls” at Manoa Vallley Theatre.

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    Assigned seats were spread out during a recent performance of “Popcorn Falls” at Manoa Vallley Theatre.

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                                Nick Amador, left, played Actor #2 and Brandon Karrer played Actor #1 in “Popcorn Falls.”

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    Nick Amador, left, played Actor #2 and Brandon Karrer played Actor #1 in “Popcorn Falls.”

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                                Staff checked patrons’ temperatures as they entered the Diamond Head Theatre.

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    Staff checked patrons’ temperatures as they entered the Diamond Head Theatre.

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                                Seating at Diamond Head Theatre’s production of “Shout! The Mod Musical” was socially distanced.

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    Seating at Diamond Head Theatre’s production of “Shout! The Mod Musical” was socially distanced.

When COVID-19 shut down Hawaii last spring Oahu’s vibrant theater community went dark almost overnight. As the weeks became months with no end to the lockdown in sight, local theater groups found alternative ways of keeping theater alive and maintaining a connection to their audience. Read more

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