At Aloha Theatre, our classes are designed for children to learn real world skills through creative approaches.
We are happy to offer a limited number of scholarships for our classes and workshops. To inquire or learn more, click here to send an email. For scholarship inquiries, please send an email by clicking here.
As we continue expanding the variety of affordable classes requested via community feedback, we must maintain a minimum number of registered students in all educational events to cover facility and instructional fees. If classes or workshops do not reach the minimum, we are unable to hold that event. If a class or workshop does not have a minimum of six students registered 24 hours before the program, that class/workshop will be canceled or postponed to a later start date.
Don’t risk programs getting canceled, and save money! We offer discounted rates for registering early online or calling our office in advance of the event’s start date.
Quarter 3 is now open for registration! Stay tuned for more Winter Workshop announcements!
Christmas Parade Extravaganza
Monday; December 23, 2019
$35 early online registration; $50 day of/walk-in
Want to take your musical theatre skills to the next level? Have you ever been inspired by the Macy’s Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, Disneyland/world parades, or any live, interactive, performances? Here’s your turn to gain some professional training in the live-entertainment world by joining Rachel Carr Christmas Parade Extravaganza!
Filled with Disney inspiration, Rachel will share her experiences of performing in the Disney parades while guiding you to create your own parade with on stage and behind the scenes magic! Students will learn the how-tos of performing in multiple shows a day, and the “behind the scenes” elements involved with large-scale parades and outdoor performance events.
Go through the entire park/parade process from audition to performance, learn the technical elements involved in building mechanical floats, design Disney-inspired costumes, and more! Improvisation, Music theory, and acting activities will also be incorporated in this workshop. The skills learned in this workshop will improve “picking up” choreography, public speaking, creative thinking, and technology.
This ONE DAY ONLY event welcomes pre-teens and teens of all theatrical backgrounds to attend. Closed-toe shoes MUST be worn (dance shoes are not required, but encouraged). Students should dress for movement, and are encouraged to bring lunch and a water bottle. To learn more about Rachel, click here.
Tuesdays; January 14 – March 3, 2020
$80 early registration; $95 day of/walk-in
Artistic Director Jerry Tracy teaches this performance skills class for students aged 10 through 12. Exploring fundamental skills such as projection, enunciation, and characterization, this series is sure to prepare your child for the main stage. A showcase is performed for family and friends at the final class. Tuesday Troupers will be held on Tuesdays, from 3:30-5:30pm. Tuition is $80 for the 8-week course.
Students should dress for movement, bring a water bottle, and MUST wear closed-toe shoes. A parent or guardian must attend orientation at the start of the first class.
The Little Theatre Club
Wednesdays; January 15 – February 19, 2020
$60 early registration, $75 day of/walk-in
Join the club and explore the magic of the arts through games, crafts, music, and more! Led by instructor Josey Creger, the series focuses on theater basics through imagination, storytelling, and structured play.
The Little Theatre Club will be held on Wednesdays, from 4:00-5:00pm. Early online tuition is $60 for the 6-week course and $75 for registering the day of first-class or walk-ins.
Students must wear toe-covered shoes and bring a water bottle. A parent or guardian must attend orientation at the start of the first class.
Thursdays; January 16 – March 5, 2020
$80 early registration, $95 day of/walk-in
Aloha Theatre performer and former Tuesday Troupers assistant, Kira Kane, brings in a BRAND NEW series for students aged 7-9!
Explore the basic, but many, elements of theatre such as acting, music, script reading, character building, dance, and improvisation; AND discover the behind-the-scenes roles of the arts by actively learning about lights, sound, and more backstage fun! This series is designed so children can see how theatre can be fun for everyone! A showcase is performed for family and friends at the final class. Theatre Thursdays will be held on Thursdays, from 4:00-5:30pm.
Students should dress for movement, bring a water bottle, and wear closed-toe shoes. A parent or guardian must attend orientation at the start of the first class.