Kahilu Theatre Announces Camps & Workshops for Summer 2019


Starting on June 24, 2019, Kahilu Theatre is hosting a series of Summer Camps and Workshops for the keiki (children) of our community. Kahilu Theatre values education at its core and is privileged to partner with artists, educators, and organizations that share that same commitment to strengthen the influence of art in everyday life.  This summer Kahilu offers classes and workshops for musical theatre, performing arts, and circus arts. For more information and to register for camps visit kahilutheatre.org or call 808-885-6868.

Musical Theatre Performance Camp
June 24-29 | 9:30-3:30p | Middle School Age
Directed by Peter Vamvakas Harmony High is a musical where every class and extra-curricular activity is abuzz with music and song and reinforces the importance of the role of music in our lives at school and everywhere. Young performers will be rehearsing and performing in a musical revue; singing and dancing in full choreographed musical numbers. Performance will be Saturday, June 29, at 11 am.

Kahilu Performing Arts Workshop (KPAW)
July 1-5 & 8-11 | 9:30-3:30p | Ages 6-11 (Grade School)
Directed by Marena Dunnington, KPAW is a nine-day musical theatre camp that focuses on singing, acting, and dancing. Members and alumni of the Kahilu Youth Troupe lead classes as the students learn about different aspects of theatre.

Summer Circus Arts Camp
July 15-19 | 9:30-3:30p | Ages 7-17
Directed by aerialist Alea Backus, with instructors Kat Ruess, Ray Riviera, and Victor & Lucky Friend. Come have fun and learn a variety of challenging skills to build confidence and coordination in a social circus setting! Classes include individual, group, and partner acrobatics, base tumbling skills, aerial silks, dance trapeze, plate spinning, unicycling, poi spinning, and juggling as well as theatre arts & cooperative games.

Limited scholarship funds are available through the Kahilu Theatre Scholarship Committee. Applications for financial aid can be found on the class registrations site. Investing in arts education is something the Kahilu greatly values because it gives the children of the community an opportunity to learn, to discover their passion and their purpose. They learn responsibility and to love themselves, to move and dance and sing, and to feel safe to tell their stories, whatever they might be.

Visit kahilutheatre.org to learn more about how to register for the Kahilu summer camps.


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