Laieikawai musical, 1923.

HISTORICAL
TABLEAU

and

MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
EXTRAORDINARY

Presenting the beautiful legend of Laiekawai and Aiwohikupua, a picturesque and colorful setting with costumes such as were worn in former days by kings and chiefs. An exceptional Hawaiian presentation of unusual beauty, replete with songs and startling scenes. Continue reading

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Charles E. King’s “Prince of Hawaii,” 1925.

THE OPERA FOR THE PRINCE OF HAWAII.

In the Liberty Theater, beginning on the night of the 4th of the coming month of May, until the 9th, shown will be an opera for the very first time, called the Prince of Hawaii, under the direction and management of Mr. C. E. King.

In this first opera of Hawaii nei, selected was Raymond Kinney, as the prince of Hawaii; Joseph Kamakau, the king; Rose Tribe, the queen; and Harriet Beamer, as the princess. Others who were selected are Judge John R. Desha and Johanna Wilcox. Continue reading