Author: Francine Roby

As the audience wandered into the Kahilu Theatre’s Mike Luce Studio for the second show of “Activities of Daily Living,” performed and written by Joanna Lipari, I couldn’t help but notice most were middle-aged and up, but also very vibrant—smiling, eagerly looking for friends who had saved them seats in the sold-out venue, wearing bright aloha tops or large, stylish silk scarves, and practical shoes, just a couple canes, braving another windy, rainy Waimea Sunday afternoon. Most were women, but some men, and all talking and laughing away, until the entrance hall curtains were drawn and the actor appeared in…

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