For the past twenty-six years Kaiulani has been performing her one-woman play, A Sense of Wonder, based on the life and works of Rachel Carson. The play has been the centerpiece of conferences on conservation, education, journalism, and the environment. She has performed it at over one hundred universities, dozens of high schools, the Smithsonian Institute, the Albert Schweitzer Conference at the United Nations, and at the Department of Interior’s 150th anniversary. In 2005 the play opened The World Expo in Japan and in 2007 was performed on Capitol Hill, bringing Miss Carson’s voice once again to the halls of Congress. A Sense of Wonder has played in every Provence of Canada, in England, Ireland Italy, India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Japan.
In 2007, Bill Moyer's celebrated Ms Lee's work with an hour-long interview on Bill Moyer's Journal." A Sense of Wonder" was later filmed by award winning cinematographer, Haskel Wexler, featured at film festivals across the U.S. Canada and Japan and aired nationally on PBS.
In 2011, Miss Lee's second play, "Can't Scare Me...The Story of Mother Jones," opened at the Atlas Theater in Washington D.C. Kaiulani now tours both plays nationally and internationally.
Ms. Lee earned her B.A. from American University, and studied acting with Lee Strasberg, Sandy Meisner, Uta Hagen, and Jerzy Grotowski. She has been a full time adjunct professor at George Mason University from 1997 to the present. She taught at NYU's Kanbar Institute of Film and Television for four years and for the past twenty five years has taught master classes at universities around the world.
She is the recipient of two Asian Cultural Council Grants (2014 and 2016).
Kaiulani is the recipient of two Honorary Doctorates from Bowdoin and Unity Colleges, for her contribution to and excellence in the arts.