Monday, May 20, 2024

Olympic trials thwart theatre

While the island athletic community is buzzing with excitement over historic Olympic triathalon trials scheduled for Sunday, the news was less than uplifting for the thespians at Diamond Head Theatre. The triathalon course runs right past the theatre and its parking lot, meaning it won’t be easy for ticketholders to get to its last, sold-out performance of “Swing!” Theater staff scrambled to get the word out, contracting a valet parking service and directing drivers to use the theatre’s back entrance on Alohea Avenue. Looking on the bright side, Managing Director Deena Dray said today, “Think how entertaining intermission will be, watching these Olympic-caliber athletes whiz by!”

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