Eric Gilliom's White Hawaiian

Special Eric Gilliom Show! Sunday, June 2nd at 3pm

Due to knee surgery, Eric will be taking a break from his hit show White Hawaiian until autumn, but in the meantime, he and special guest Vince Esquire will be performing and talking story for one funny, heartfelt, and musically adventurous afternoon!

White Hawaiian will be back starting Sunday, September 8th at 3pm

Then shows every Sunday!
A one-man musical extravaganza! Newly crowned winner of Best Cabaret/Concert/Solo Performance  in Hawai'i by BroadwayWorld!
(Times vary each week. Some weeks are at 3pm. Others at 7pm.) For full listing, click Book Tickets

Broadway’s Eric Gilliom tickles your funny bone and warms your heart while celebrating Hawaii’s rich history and unique multi-ethnic culture. Breathing life into his own native-Hawaiian ancestry through a dizzying array of characters, hilarious storytelling, and over-the-top show stoppers, Gilliom’s entertainment industry family legacy proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that truth is always stranger than fiction, and the coconut doesn’t fall far from the tree.

“Based on the foundation of a multigenerational family tribute, White Hawaiian embraces a dizzying array of comedic caricatures, Chaplinesque slapstick, moving drama, multiple hit musical highlights and non-stop laugh-out-loud moments along with Hawaiian cultural history. All wrapped up with a knockout performance by its star. An actor’s tour de force”   —Maui News

“Hawaii’s greatest showman”   — Rock legend Mick Fleetwood

“Eric is one of the funniest guys I know” — Oscar winner Jamie Foxx

Premium Seating: $50 Extra large and comfy front row seats from A1 to A6 with side tables
Preferred Seating: $45 Best-view seating in either the Front row (seats A7 to A15) OR the front row of any elevated section
Regular Seating: $35

Run time:  75 minutes - no intermission

Written by Brian Kohne + Eric Gilliom
Produced by ProArts Playhouse + Eric Gilliom

WARNING: Show contains flashing light effects as well as non-toxic, non-flammable, unscented haze effects are used in this show. 
*The biographically based show does touch on old, cultural stereotypes that are both thought provoking and painful. Some content or language may not be ideal for young children and therefore the show is rated 15+. 

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