In case you missed this fantastic video on the Honoka’a People’s Theatre, it really is a much watch. The story of this historic Hawaiian theater struggling in the modern age is beautifully illustrated in this mini-documentary.
Built in 1930 serving the plantation worker community, the theater was the heart of the town and gave some of the only recreation available to the cane workers in the area. Struggling to survive in the digital era the theater is a labor of love held together by people dedicated to preserving the legacy and history of this little island town.
Check it out here.