Aloha Friends,

Learn more about the history and legacy of Internment by attending “Allegiance” during its Honolulu run from March 28 through April 7.

Inspired by actor and activist George Takei’s real-life experience, “Allegiance” follows the Kimuras, a Japanese American family, as their lives are upended by the internment camps following Pearl Harbor.


Based on true events, follow one Japanese American family’s life-changing experience with WWII internment camps.

Show runs from March 28 through April 7

Special post-show panel on April 7
Hawai‘i Theatre
1130 Bethel St.
Honolulu, HI 96813

SPECIAL PANEL DISCUSSION 4/7/19: After the 2 p.m. matinee performance on April 7, there will be a panel discussing the legacy left by internment and its enduring civil rights lessons for today. The speakers include former Hawai‘i Attorney General Doug Chin and University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law Professors Mari Matsuda and Eric Yamamoto.

We hope you enjoy the show! For our neighbor island folks who won’t be in Honolulu during the show’s run, stay tuned for more ACLU events!

We look forward to seeing you there!