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A $30 savings off single ticket pricing.  1 ticket to each mainstage show.  Peace of mind that you have your seat and know when you are coming. $100 per person

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5 flexible tickets to use as you choose.  Flexibility to come any night you want.  $100 per person

Aloha Performing Arts Company

The Beat Goes On: A Song & Dance Concert

KDPA imageSaturday, June 3 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Sunday, June 4 at 2:00 pm

Presented by Kona Dance and Performing Arts

Adults  $20
Children $12

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From the Andrews Sisters and Glenn Miller Band to the Beatles and Billy Joel, audiences will enjoy tap, jazz, ballet, musical theatre, live singing, contemporary, and hip hop throughout the course of this concert. Performed by over 100 students ages 3-19, the concert features gorgeous hand-picked costumes, classic music, and beautiful stories told through song and dance. The production features exciting new work from professional choreographers Amanda Trusty, Debra McGee, Miho Morinoue, Alexis Gaines, Andreas Tolaas, and junior choreographer, Grace Branham. Saturday evening’s performance will also boast pieces from choreographers and dancers all across the Big Island to celebrate the diversity of Hawai’i Island performing arts, including the breakdance community! For more information, call 808-657-4473 or click here.

The Trump Card

TCardJune 9 and 10, 2017

7:00 PM

Adults – $10 (Reserved seating)
18 and over due to strong language

Produced by BJLM Productions

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What is the lowdown on Donald Trump? Who are the people and what are the forces that shaped him? Playwright Mike Daisey explains our 45th president in this edgy, funny, and disturbing one-man show, The Trump Card. The performance is not a comedy impersonation, rather a raw and intriguing story that gets to the roots of Donald Trump’s personality and motivations. Performed throughout the country, this is the first time the show will be staged in Hawaii. John Sucke, long-time actor and Waimea resident, has adapted the script and performs the show. “I learned more about why Trump acts the way he does from this play than from all the news stories I’ve read and watched. That’s why I wanted to bring the show here,” says Sucke.  Get ready for 90 minutes of unforgettable political theater.

Sponsored by Matriarchy Rising.  Proceeds go to Edible World Institute.

 

APAC is Hiring!

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APAC is currently seeking a part-time Operations Coordinator–click here for more information.

Once on This Island Jr

ooti-02-1June 23 to July 2, 2017

Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 2:30 pm

Adults – $15
Seniors/Young Adults – $12
Children $5

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Once on this Island Jr is a one-act musical with book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty.  Based on the 1985 novel My Love, My Love, or The Peasant Girl, by Rosa Guy, it is set in the French Antilles. The show, with its poignant story and catchy Caribbean-flavored score, uses elements from Romeo and Juliet as well as The Little Mermaid to enchant the denizens of a tropical island.  Singing gods, dancing story-tellers, and an array of colorful villagers will all be played by Kona youngsters age 18 and under.

 

 

Summer Keiki Workshop

canstockphoto21923116Aloha Performing Arts Company will present a workshop at the Aloha Theatre during spring break:

Keiki Intro to Theatre
July 24 to 28, 2017
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Tuition $125

Enroll Here

For more information click here.

(808) 322-9924

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