Tuesdays, starting 1/25
3:30 – 5:30pm
$90 regular, $85 early bird
Ages 8 – 12
Tuesday Troupers is open to keiki ages 8 – 12. In this class students learn important skills useful on and off stage. Through six 2-hour sessions students will learn and rehearse a short play, over that time they’ll improve their public speaking, develop problem-solving skills, and build friendships.
Little Theatre Club
Wednesdays, starting 1/26
4:00 – 5:00pm
$75 regular, $70 early bird
Ages 5 – 7
Little Theatre Club is a chance to introduce your child to the world of theatre! Over 6 one-hour sessions students learn basic performance techniques, familiarize themselves with theatre, and have fun! This semester will focus on musical theatre, ending the 6 week class with a short performance.
Scholarships and financial aid are available for eligible families, please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Aloha Teen Theatre
Fridays, starting 1/28
3:30 – 5:30pm
Ages 13 – 18
Aloha Teen Theatre is a free program open to youth between the ages of 13 and 18. In this program students learn about all aspects of theatre production and are given the opportunity to dive deeper into their specific areas of interest. ATT is teen-led so goals and objectives for the semester are determined by participating students.
Improv Level 1: The FUNdamentals of Improv
Sundays, Starting January 16
4:00 – 6:00pm
$60 early bird, $65 regular
Get started on that New Year’s Resolution to try something new and join us for Improv Level 1: The FUNdamentals of Improv! This class, taught by resident instructor Quinton Loder, is perfect for newcomers to the form or anyone who wants to focus on the building blocks of improv.
At this time the Aloha Theatre is requiring all adult students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Aloha Friends of the Aloha Theatre-
There was a break-in at the theatre on Christmas Eve that resulted in damage to the building and disorder in several areas. Fortunately, damage was limited to a few broken windows, spilled paint and an overturned projector out front. The contents of shelves and cabinets were spread widely, but the auditorium, office and theatrical equipment were untouched. We are very grateful that the damage wasn’t worse, rehearsal and our day-to-day work will continue interrupted.
The Hawaii Police Department worked quickly on Friday and took a suspect into custody. We are assisting the police in their inquiry, and will of course follow the case through prosecution. The building was secured in the early morning hours of Christmas, and volunteers are already working on cleanup. Although you may see plywood covering the windows for a little while, rest assured that the Aloha Theatre is just as strong as ever!
We are excited to welcome more volunteers to the Aloha Theatre as COVID restrictions ease. If you are interested in being added to our volunteer list, fill out the Volunteer Interest Form to let us know how you would like to help at the Aloha Theatre. Mahalo for supporting live theatre!