Registration For Winter Session Opens December 1st
Our classes will be held in person at our new studio in the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center (Across from Lens Crafters).
Sessions begin the week of January 2nd and end the week of March 6th with a Showcase.
A limited number of scholarships are available to those families with proven financial need: Scholarship Application Here
Creative Critters (ages 5-7) with Bailey Miller
Mondays January 2nd – March 6th 3:30PM-4:30PM $160
For budding actors who are interested in exploring drama, dance, music, singing, visual arts, and creative play. Presented in a supportive, nurturing environment – youngsters are provided an opportunity to sing and dance while playing instruments and creating bold characters.
Youth Acting Lab (ages 8-10) with Francis Tau’a
Students explore movement, vocalization, character development and ensemble-building. Through workshop exercises, students begin to develop acting skills needed to create truthful characters.
Thursday January 5th – March 9th 3:30-4:30 $160
OnStage Acting (ages 11-15) with Francis Tau’a
Students will further their acting skills with a fun approach to different acting styles to help young actors explore different methods of the process in relation to Classic Drama, Contemporary Realism, and Fundamentals of Comedy.
Thursday January 5th – March 9th 4:45-5:45 $160
Intermediate/Advanced Acting (ages 16+) with Michael Pulliam
Tuesdays October 11th – December 13th 6:00-7:30 $235
For students who have been in productions or acting classes and want to deepen their skills in character development, auditioning, and collaborating with other actors.
Teen Improv (ages 13-18) with Kristi Scott.
Wednesdays January 4th – March 8th 3:30-4:45 $220
Students will explore improvisation through games, techniques, and concepts in a fun, supportive environment. This class encourages students to become more spontaneous, creative, playful, and imaginative, all while developing valuable theater and interpersonal skills
Musical Theater (ages 8-12) with Bailey Miller and Nicole Heinlein
Mondays January 2nd – March 6th 4:45-6:15 $235
Go deeper into the craft of musical theatre performance by learning to convey emotion and character in song, scene and movement. Working on developing these skills individually and as an ensemble, students will learn to analyze scripts and songs for performance, learn correct terminology, and illustrate an understanding of musical theater basics. Students will also be introduced to tap. Students will develop rhythm, style and sound while exploring a variety of tap styles from Broadway to Rhythm tap. Build flexibility, coordination and speed of movement. NO TAP EXPERIENCE NEEDED. TAP SHOES ARE PROVIDED.
If you are REGISTERING 2 or MORE SIBLINGS/FAMILY MEMBERS be sure to put in the 10% discount Coupon Code: OHANA22 at checkout page.
If you are REGISTERING for 2 or MORE CLASSES be sure to put in the 10% discount Coupon Code: MULTICLASS22
If you have any questions call 808-868-0333 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org