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"#MeToo Monologues: Stories for Healing" by HPU Performing Arts

"#MeToo Monologues: Stories for Healing" by HPU Performing Arts


#metoo: Stories for Healing

Paul and Vi Loo Theatre

Apr 5-14

Fri, Sat at 7:30pm & Sun at 4:00pm

Hawai’i Pacific University Theatre Presents

#MeToo Monologues: Stories for Healing

Directed by Alex Munro

April 5 - 14, 2018

6 performances ONLY!


Last fall, the HPU community submitted monologues and poems about their experiences with sexual assault and abuse for consideration to be performed this spring. We were honored to read many survivors’ stories and have chosen 14 to be performed as part of our Mainstage production. A different kind of theatrical presentation, The #MeToo Monologues: Stories for Healing taps into current events, trauma, pain, fellowship, and ultimately, healing. Please come and support your community as we share in a night of coming together to say: “me too.” It will be a powerful journey into experiences to which you may not otherwise have access!


Friday, Apr. 5 – 7:30 pm

Saturday, Apr. 6 - 7:30 pm

Sunday, Apr. 7 - 4:00 pm

Friday, Apr. 12 - 7:30 pm

Saturday, Apr. 13 - 7:30 pm

Sunday, Apr. 14 - 4:00 pm


$15 - General Admission 

$10 - Seniors, Military, HPU Faculty & Staff

$5 - Students

FREE - HPU Students 

Tickets Available at www.hpu.edu/theatre, by calling 808-236-7917 and leaving a message, or at the door:

Paul and Vi Loo Theatre 

45-045 Kamehameha Highway

Kaneohe, HI, 96744-5221 

(HPU Hawaii Loa Campus)


For more information contact Theatre Manager Janine Myers at jmyers@hpu.edu

                  Director Alex Munro at amunro@hpu.edu

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