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E-Blast: The Show Must Go On
07-29-2020
Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

We hope you had a safe weekend as Hurricane Douglas passed by. We battened down the hatches at the theatre and are grateful that the impact was less severe than anticipated.

As we all adapt to our new circumstances, Kahilu Theatre is delighted to offer you live music in a safe, pictur
E-Blast: We Love Sharing Live Music With You
07-22-2020

Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

We love sharing live music with you!

Our second fundraiser at CanoeHouse at Mauna Lani Auberge Resorts Collection on Sunday was truly otherworldly. The performance by Mark Yamanaka and his son Jorden was superb. We were treated to a splendid meal at Matt and Yuka's, and nature provide
KPAW Virtual Performing Arts Camp
06-22-2020
Kahilu Theatre is proud to announce their first Virtual Kahilu Performing Arts Workshop. The camp will be weekday mornings July 6 though 17, 2020. 
 
The instructors for the camp are Sean Dunnington, Paul Gregg and Noelani Anderson. The camp will run weekdays from 9a-12p and is open to ages 7 – 12.  
Sonny Lim at Kahilu Theatre
06-16-2020

Sonny Lim stopped by the Kahilu Theatre the other day and shared with us a couple of songs. Click here to view.

Here's some happiness
05-20-2020
Aloha Kahilu 'Ohana,

Kahilu Theatre is especially proud of our Arts Ed programs that inspire young people to find their purpose and joy through the arts. Today we share a gift of “Happiness” from students and alumni of our Kahilu Youth Troupe.

CLICK HERE to hear their song for you.
 
The performers who begin the recording are the original members of the troupe. They first performed in You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown in Waimea in 2009, and this song was featured in the production.
 
Then there’s the next generation of troupe members who are in college now. Finally, the current troupe members are the younger kids who take classes with us now, even as we stay apart, keeping together by Zoom.
 
Original troupe members Paul Gregg and Marena Dunnington put this production of “Happiness” together. It took about 12 hours of work between collecting the videos, mixing the sound, lining everything up, and deciding which performers went where.
 
Almost all of the original troupe members have gone on to pursue professional careers in theatre arts, and they often come home to Kahilu for our productions, and to teach in our classes and camps.
 
As Board member Beth Dunnington describes, “I’m so proud of them. I hope you are too. I’m proud that they got their training on our Kahilu stage and in our classes.”
 
Here’s to Happiness!


Deb Goodwin                     Chuck Gessert
Executive Director              Artistic Director
 
 
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