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Performances for Young Audiences 2019/2020
 
Each year Kahilu invites thousands of PreK-12 students into the Theatre to see world-class performances and takes performers from around the world into public schools across the Island to offer mini-performances, workshops, and master classes. Public, private, and home school teachers, administrators, or parents are welcome to register to bring youth to the shows listed below. The online Performances for Young Audiences Registration Form for the 19/20 Season is available below.

Kahilu's Performances for Young Audiences are designed for students PreK-12. It is our goal to accommodate as many students in this age range as possible. Ticket prices are offered below their value to offer inspiring performing arts experiences to youth. The public has the opportunity to attend these shows at their public showing in the evening or on the weekend. The following guidelines are to ensure the best possible performance experience for youth.

Fees:
  • $4 each for Youth (Pre-K-12th grade)
  • Schools allowed 1 free adult per 10 youth
  • $6 for first homeschool parent
  • $10 for additional adults accompanying youth
  • Special needs teachers are free when accompanying their student
Please bring payment by cash or check on the day of show. All youth must be accompanied by an adult.

Show Guidelines
Arrive 20 minutes before performance to allow time for registration & seating. Reservations will not be held past the start of the show; to ensure your seats, please arrive early.

Reservation Requests
Reservations using the form below are required for all Performances for Young Audiences and will be handled on a first come, first served basis. Registration is available in the Fall for shows September-January and Winter for shows February-May on a rolling basis, until shows are full.

Confirmations
Confirmations will be sent by email from youth@kahilutheatre.org. This will reflect your reservation confirmation or alert you to a sold out concert. Please contact Lisa Shattuck, at youth@kahilutheatre.org if you have any questions or are unsure about your reservation.

Cancellations
For groups of more than 10 a $25 service fee will be charged if you fail to show up without calling or emailing Lisa or the Box Office at (808) 885-6868 at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled performance.




Performances for Young Audiences scheduled for our 2019/2020 Season

-2019-

Mark Nizer “Sciencesplosion”
– Wed. October 2 - 10:30am
Nizer has been performing and teaching juggling for over 40 years. His captivating, multi-media show will delight kids and his use of science and math will encourage critical thinking skills. More info: scienceplosion.com
 
Okaidja Afroso “Dancing Feet & Talking Drums” – Wed. October 23 -10:30am
Come on a global music and dance journey from Ghana. Okaidja lifts the spirits through storytelling, a variety of instrument playing, and songs of his people.  This will be an uplifting and fun journey. More info: Okaidja.com
 
Honolulu Theatre for Youth “Korean Cinderella” – Thurs/Fri Nov 14 & 15, 9am & 10:30am
HTYʻs mega-hit mixes traditional Korean drumming, dancing, and masks with modern K-POP music and dance moves to create an entirely new telling of the most popular Korean folktale.
 

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-2020-
 
Schoolhouse Rock Live – Wed, February 19, 2020 - 9am and (10:30am - SOLD OUT)
This award winning 1970ʻs cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math and more through clever, tuneful songs is now updated for our 2000 audience of students. These performers bring an infectious zest wherever they go.
More info: mtishows.com
 
Goitse – Tues, February 25, 2020 -10:30am 
Goitse (Go-wit-cha) is an informal Irish greeting meaning “come here” This quintet will keep students engaged with their wonderful sound, unique voices, and distinctive Irish instruments, like the bodhrán and Ceili drums. More info: goitse.ie  
  
Alphabet Rockers – Wed, March 11, 2020 -10:30am
This Grammy nominated group uses clever songs, rap and choreography to present timely issues and topics in a fun and compelling way. They are all about diversity and positive change in our communities.  We dare you to keep still! More info: alphabetrockers.com


Prince Dance "(Still) En Route" – Wed, April 29, 2020 -10:30am
"(Still) En Route" uses dancing, singing, aerials and acting in an original show featuring over 100 upper level students from Prince Dance Institute. The show touches on the mysteries of life and death and the connections that tie us together. Prepare yourself for a fantastical ride full of color, celebration and most of all - love.
 

 

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