Hawaii Theatre Center

The Hawaii Theatre, built by the Consolidated Amusement Company, opened its doors September 6, 1922. The Theatre operated as a show place for vaudeville, plays, musicals and silent films until it fell into disrepair and was abandoned by Consolidated in 1984. In 1986, the Hawaii Theatre Center was formed to save the Hawaii Theatre from the wrecking ball and in May 1996, reopened its doors as a 1,400-seat, multi-purpose, state-of-the art performance center. Hawaii Theatre is listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Vision: Hawaii Theatre Center is the place to celebrate arts and culture in Hawaii. Mission: The Hawaii Theatre Center serves arts audiences, arts organizations and the community of Hawaii by: - Preserving Hawaii's historic Hawaii Theatre - Promoting Hawaiian cultural arts - Presenting world class arts and cultural experiences - Providing arts education for students - Creating our neighborhood block as the premier arts and culture destination

Headquarter Address

1130 Bethel Street
Honolulu, HI 96813