The Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, Central Pacific Bank Foundation and Maui Sons and Daughters of the Nisei Veterans proudly presents…Our Lost Years.
A new American film written and directed by Lane Nishikawa
Our Lost Years examines how lives were challenged, how livelihoods were lost, how families persevered and started over, and how the following generations continue to feel the effect of the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. In total 110,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry were interned during WWII.
*Conversation and Q&A to follow with special guest – Lane Nishikawa
*Everyone to get their own movie goodie bag!
ONE showing ONLY:
June 9, 2022 — 6:00 PM
(*Box Office opens 90 mins before curtain, House opens 30 mins before curtain)
Location: The Historic ‘Iao Theater at 68 N Market St, Wailuku
Adults – $30
Seniors/Students – $20
*There are NO paper or e-tickets for this event
Check-In: Please check in at the table in the lobby with your LAST NAME.
Parking: Parking is extremely limited in Wailuku town due to the municipal lot being closed for construction. We strongly suggest audience members carpool and leave early to find a parking spot. Street parking is available on Market St and Vineyard St as well as the new community lot on Wells St. Please check www.wailukulive.com/parking for appropriate parking areas in Wailuku. (*The Reserved stalls in the lot behind the Historic Iao Theater are for the Pono Center Building. Please do NOT park in those stalls as you will be towed.)
*Health and Safety protocols for this event:
1. As of 3-1-22, Maui County’s Public Health Emergency Rules have been repealed. You will NOT be asked to provide a photo ID, proof of vaccination or negative COVID test. We ask everyone to please be mindful and stay home if you are feeling sick.
2. Both the House Right and House Left front doors will be open for audience entry. After the show, ushers will open 2-4 exit doors to ensure an easy and expedient audience dispersal.
3. This event has 2-seat social distance seating. There will be 2 empty seats between yourself and the next party.
4. As of March 26th, Hawaii’s indoor mask mandate is lifted. While no longer REQUIRED by the state of Hawaii, Maui OnStage highly recommends and supports the use of face masks while in our theater.
5. No food or beverages allowed in the theater.
6. The Historic Iao Theater has central air conditioning which is kept at 74 degrees. A light jacket or sweater is suggested. The zone above the stage is kept a few degrees cooler for performer safety which may affect the first few rows of the audience.
*Maui OnStage’s health and safety protocols have been set in place to comply with current County, State and Federal guidelines with the express intention to provide a safe workplace and performance venue for our staff, performers, volunteers and patrons. Any and all protocols are subject to change without notice.
*By entering the Historic Iao Theater, the Education and Youth Program studio space or by participating in a Maui OnStage or Maui OnStage Education and Youth Program event, all individuals, including staff, contractors, performers, auditionees, volunteers and patrons voluntarily assume all risks related to possible exposure to COVID-19 and other viruses or illnesses and agree to follow all listed protocols.
*Health and Safety Information Links:
Maui OnStage’s current Health and Safety Protocols – HERE
Maui County’s Public Health Emergency Rules Repealed (effective 3-1-22) – HERE
Maui County’s WailukuLive Parking info – HERE
MAHALO for your support in keeping Maui OnStage compliant with all the County COVID protocols these past 2 years. It is with YOUR HELP we are able to keep community theater alive during these extraordinary times.