Maui Pops’ BROADWAY POPS Concert, Jan. 13

January 4, 2019, 10:35 AM HST · Updated January 4, 10:38 AM

Maui Pops Orchestra presents Broadway Pops Featuring Scarlett Strallen and Hugh Panaro, Sponsored by Steve and Billie Moksnes on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019 at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center’s Castle Theater.

Maui Pops Orchestra’s annual sell-out Broadway Pops concert features the vocal talents of Scarlett Strallen & Hugh Panaro. “Hollywood to Broadway” will include songs from My Fair Lady, The Wizard of Oz, Ice Castles, Phantom of the Opera, and so much more.


    These outstanding guest artists have numerous credits on Broadway and in London’s West End. English stage actress Scarlett Strallen played the title role in Mary Poppins in London as well as her Olivier Award-nominated role in Singin’ in the Rain. Hugh Panaro has appeared in the title role in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway as well as roles in Show Boat in London and on Broadway and he recently performed in the title role in the off-Broadway production of Sweeney Todd.

    Both performers will join the 50+ member Maui Pops Orchestra in presenting a show the likes of which you would find on Broadway.


    TICKETS: $22, $35, $50, $60 (plus applicable fees). Half-price students 18 & under in the $60/$50/$35 price sections only.

    MACC BOX OFFICE | 808-242-SHOW

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    Preshow dining & beverage service starts at 1 p.m. in the Yokouchi Pavilion Courtyard. CLICK HERE for the menu.

    Maui Pops Orchestra. Photo Credit: Lorne Direnfeld via Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

    Hugh Panaro. Photo courtesy: Maui Arts & Cultural Center

    Maui Pops Orchestra, violins. Photo Credit: Lorne Direnfeld via Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

    Scarlett Strallen. Photo courtesy Maui Arts & Cultural Center.


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