TAG - The Actors’ Group fills a unique niche in Honolulu’s theatre community by staging productions in an intimate setting with a passion and commitment to excellence and diversity.  TAG - The Actors' Group is a public charity as outlined in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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  All activity at TAG is temporarily suspended until further notice. 
The TAG Board and team members are taking care of themselves and their families and actively discussing options for the future in these uncertain times. 
Patrons, please know that if you have purchased tickets that cannot be used or are for a show in the future, you will be compensated in one form or another. 
Also know that TAG considers itself to be a part of your family and is concerned for your health as well. 
General $30
Seniors (62 & over) $25
Students & Military w/ID  $20
Group Prices 
10 or more - $20 each
Payment must be made in advance

Thursday - Saturday 7:30pm
Sundays 2pm

Please arrive at least 1/2 hr before showtime

808-722-6941 or
[email protected]
808-741-4699 or
[email protected]

Bring your ticket,  we validate!

From Nimitz on Ewa side.
Make a left at Hilo Hattie, go past City Mill then turn in to the right just PAST the bus parking area.

From Nimitz on Diamond Head side. Make a right at Ross, then a left on Iwilei. You will go past TAG on your right and Regal Theaters on your left, then turn left onto Pacific and left in to the Regal parking structure. 

You may also park in the Costco lot behind Dole Cannery

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Kimberly Akimbo 
by David Lindsay Abaire   
directed by Swaine Kaui

April 17 -  May 10, 2020

Set in the wilds of suburban New Jersey, KIMBERLY AKIMBO is a hilarious and heartrending play about a teenager with a rare condition causing her body to age faster than it should. When she and her family flee Secaucus under dubious circumstances, Kimberly is forced to reevaluate her life while contending with a hypochondriac mother, a rarely sober father, a scam-artist aunt, her own mortality and, most terrifying of all, the possibility of first love. 

2001 LA Drama Critics Circle Award for Writing