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.
Spring Onto Stages!
This Spring Break, join us for a week of theatre-filled fun on TWO different stages with TWO different teachers in this collaborative workshop! The week will alternate between the Aloha Theatre stage and the Kona Dance & Performing Arts dance studio to gain double exposure to double the styles of rehearsal space!
Josey Creger, CREATE’s Little Theatre Club Instructor and “Granny” in the current production of Into The Woods will lead Monday through Wednesday in character-building activities including acting, improvisation, and stage combat (foam gear provided)! Then on the final two days, Alexis Gaines, a Musical Theatre/Jazz/Ballet teacher from Kona Dance and Performing Arts, will take over with more performing arts fun through advancing character work, movement, and music! A brief “share and tell” showcase will be performed for the participants’ invited friends and ohana on the final class day on the Aloha Theatre stage.
Students must wear moveable clothing and closed-toe tennis or dance shoes. Students are encouraged to bring a notepad, pencil, highlighter, and water bottle. Partial Scholarships are available! Please email the Aloha Theatre’s Education Director for the application and requirements.
Artistic Director Jerry Tracy teaches his final quarter of this performance skills class for students ages 10 through 12 on Tuesdays, from 3:30 to 5:30 pm.
Tuesday Troupers takes fundamental theatre skills such as projection, enunciation, and characterization to a new level through developing characters in a short play on a timely topic, written by Jerry each quarter. The play is performed for family and friends at the final class, with a mini-celebration afterward.
Students should dress for movement, provide a water bottle, and must wear closed-toe shoes. A parent or adult representative must attend orientation at the start of the first class session.
The Little Theatre Club
Let the stage be your playground!
Keiki ages 4-6 are invited to 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.
Little Theatre Club will be held on Wednesdays, from 4:00-5:00pm. 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; April 2 – May 21, 2020
$80 early registration, $95 day of/walk-in
Does your child love to sing, act, or dance at home? Whether they’ve never been on stage or have previous experience performing, Theatre Thrivers is an excellent opportunity to learn the foundational elements of musical theatre in a safe environment!
This series is designed for children to discover how theatre can be fun for everyone! Students will engage in physical movement, characterization, vocal activities, and more. They’ll also work on a musical theatre presentation throughout the class that will conclude with a performance for friends and family at the end of the quarter.
Classes 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.