Ioane Ukeke at the Orpheum, 1902.

AT THE

Orpheum

A FIRST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT

BY THE

Palama Dramatic Co.

FOR

ONE NIGHT ONLY

Grand production of a series of interesting incidents in HAWAIIAN DANCING, adapted for the stage by H. C. Ulukou, manager.

Saturday, December 27.

The following Hawaiian dances will be given: Alaapapa, Pahu, Uliuli, Puili, Ili, Kui, Ohelo, Paiumauma.

And Dandy Ioane, the Dude with his Hula Girls.

Box plan will be open at the Orpheum on Tuesday, when tickets can be had.

[That Orpheum seems like it was the place to be back then!]

(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 12/24/1902, p. 10)

AT THE Orpheum

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume XXXV, Number 6359, Page 10. December 24, 1902.

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Traditional hula and play about the alii of old, 1902.

GREAT CONCERT

AT THE

Orpheum Theater

This Saturday Evening, Nov. 29, 1902. The Doors will Open at 7 p. m. The Activities to begin at 8 p. m.

PROGRAM OF EVENTS.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Show about the Kings of the olden days:

Kalaniopuu, King of Hawaii,

Kolale, Wife of Kalaniopuu,

Kamehameha I., Kiwalao.

Hula Paipu—Kawewehiwa iluna o ka laau.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Hula Paiumauma—Aia i Hawaii Kilauea

Show: Kanaloakuaana, Husband of Kaikilani.

Kaikilani, Daughter of Kukailani, Wife of Kanaloakuaana, Queen of Hawaii after Keawenui.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Hula Pahu—Moe oni ole i Hilo iluna ke alo.

Show: Lonoikamakahiki and Kaikilani travel aboard a canoe to Kauai.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Hula Ili—Pua hone i ka wai.

Show: 1.—Playing Konane; 2. Hearing the voice calling to Kaikilani; 3. The anger; 4. The beating with the konane board; 5. Leaving Kaikilani.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Hula Puili—Aia i Honolulu kuu pohaku.

Show: Lono and Kaikilani sharing the happiness between a man and a woman after a long separation.

Singing Group.

 ” “

Hula Uliuli—Kalanianaole, Kamehameha

Hula Alaapapa—Ku i Waialua ka pou Hale.

[Now this surely must have been something to see!]

(Aloha Aina, 11/29/1902, p. 8)

AHAMELE NUI

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke VIII, Helu 48, Aoao 8. Novemaba 29, 1902.