Ali'iolani Hale, a Sentinel in Time: A History of the Events in the Life of Hawaii's Historic Judiciary Building

Ali'iolani Hale, a Sentinel in Time: A History of the Events in the Life of Hawaii's Historic Judiciary Building

by Victoria Kneubuhl

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780961923419
Publisher: Friends of the Judiciary History Center of Hawaii
Publication date: 01/01/2000
Pages: 120
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl was born in Honolulu of Samoan, Hawaiian and Caucasian ancestry. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Antioch University and a Master's degree in Drama and Theatre from the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she won an award for excellence in playwriting. She worked for seven years in the field of museum education and is now a free lance writer and consultant. Ms. Kneubuhl has had nine plays produced in Honolulu, primarily by Kumu Kahua Theatre and the Honolulu Theatre for Youth. Her plays, The Conversion of Kaahumanu, and Kaiulani (co-author), toured Edinburgh, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles. Her children's play Tofa Samoa was an invited production at the Okinawa International Children's Theatre Festival in 1994. She wrote the script for the Onipa'a Centennial pageant which commemorated the end of the Hawaiian monarchy, January 1893. She was acknowledged by the Honolulu Star Bulletin as one of ten community members who made a difference in 1993, and in 1994 was voted one of Honolulu's favorite authors in a readers poll conducted by the Honolulu Weekly. Ms. Kneubuhl was also honored with the 1994 Hawaii Award for Literature, the highest literary award in the state.

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