A trip to Hawaii is not complete without experiencing 'Ulalena at Maui Theatre. Called a "stunning theatrical sensation" by National Geographic, 'Ulalena shares the rich history of Hawaii through authentic Hawaiian music, dance and over 100 instruments played live - all masterfully portrayed in a dynamic, colorful, emotional, and entertaining theatrical performance.
|Time||4:30 pm check-in
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Any cancellations made after 19:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount. There is no fee for cancellations made outside of the above cancellation policy.
Please be aware that these bookings are subject to confirmation. If this is a same-day or next-day booking, there is a reasonable chance this will not be confirmed. For bookings that are confirmed, there will be no cancellations or refunds.
All photography and video is prohibited during the performance.
No outside food, drink, or chewing gum is permitted. An in-house concession stand sells popcorn, candy, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
I didn't know what to expect but my wife and I really enjoyed this show. It is an evocative journey through the history of the Hawaiian people told through modern dance, chants and music. The dancers were wonderful, and many of the scenes were moving. Brilliant production, I highly recommend it to anyone who wishes to learn more about Hawaiian culture and tradition beyond the luau.
Very entertaining and a nice break from the Sun or on a rainy day. Actors are authentic and the story is perfect for this Island.
The costuming and choreography were good, the music was great (the live musicians were outstanding), but the story was weak and disjointed. Rather than providing a good overview of Hawaiian history, the show skips over most aspects except for how the islands changed when Europeans and other immigrants showed up. Very little or nothing at all about the incredible polynesian navigators who first settled the islands, the successive waves of polynesian immigrants, and the challenges they faced before the 18th century.
We saw this 3 times; every time we go to Maui, we call up to reserve a performance! Pure, delightful entertainment from the 1st second until the last minute. Riveting music, percussion, outfits, theatrics, crafted with stunning visuals. A bit like Cirque du Soleil. Wonderfully stylized stories (Capt. Cook's arrival, the immigrants toiling the sugar cane fields in unison, to drum beats, the mythical creatures -- all very emotional & touching). Absolutely 1st rate, as if you were in NY or SF! You'll be so glad you went. Not just for kids, but teens & adults will all be WOWED.
I am ashamed to say I knew nothing about Hawaiian history before attending this show. After watching the program (about 1.5 hours), I feel like I have a...
I cannot rave enough about this inspiring production. I tear up just at the thought of its beauty and magnificence. Truly a body of art. My heart was first...
If you are in the Lahaina area and want to see a show, your options are going to a luau, 'Ulalena, the Elvis show (Burn'n Love), or Warren and Annabelle's...