Schedule

High School KPAC SY 2019-2020


FALL SEMESTER focuses on developing students’ skills as actors – the art of being present in the moment, of becoming another, of communicating clearly and truthfully, and of being committed to the work of acting. Students will develop their own cultural voice by writing their own short story. The semester culminates with a Reader’s Theatre style production, in which every student has a primary speaking part in Radio Show style theatre performances at the WIT Theatre in Lihu’e and Historic Waimea Theater.



2019 FALL PRODUCTION


KPAC proudly presents 

A variety of Golden Age Radio Shows & Selected HPR Style Aloha Short Stories


2019 FALL PERFORMANCE DATES & LOCATIONS:

Location: At WIT’s End Theatre in Kuku’i Grove Shopping Mall in Lihu’e

Box Office opens an hour before Show Time. 

Friday, November 8 @ 7:00 PM (call time 5:00 PM) 

Saturday, November 9 @ 7:00 PM (call time 5:00 PM) 

Sunday, November 10 @ 2:00 PM (call time noon)

Each performance features different Radio Shows or Aloha Shorts

Seating is limited (if no tickets are available, come to the theatre and get on the waitlist 1 hour before the show)

Tickets available online @ KauaiPerformingArts.org starting Monday, September 30, 2019 until 2 hours before show time (as available).

     Online: $8 students/seniors     

     Online: $10 general admission

At the Door (as available) starting 1 hour before show time.  Come early to improve chances of purchasing at the door. Box Office opens 1 hour before show time.

     At the Door: $10 students/seniors   

     At the Door: $12 general admission

KPAC is a Hawai’i Department of Education Student Learning Center

featuring students from Kapa’a HS, Kaua’i HS, & Waimea HS



2020 SPRING MUSICAL PRODUCTION

SPRING SEMESTER focuses on developing students’ skills in musical theater. In addition to acting, students will develop their musicality through song and dance.
Musical theater also develops strong collaborative skills as students work in harmony to convey a story through dramatic acting, singing, and movement.
Students work with the director, choreographer, and musical director to produce a full-length musical theater production. Students will audition and be cast as leads, supporting characters, or ensemble members. Students will also analyze the plot, characters, setting, and the cultural context of the musical.



Tentative 2020 SPRING PRODUCTION:

In the Heights — music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda; book by Quiara Alegrai Hudes

This story takes place in the largely Hispanic-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City.


2020 PERFORMANCE DATES & LOCATION:

The Kaua’i War Memorial Convention Hall Theater, Lihue.
Load in: Easter Sunday, April 12 Strike: Sunday, May 4
Technical/Dress Rehearsals: April 13-23; 3:30 – 7:30 PM
Performances: Friday & Saturday, April 24 & 25 at 7:00 PM (5:00 call)
Sunday, April 26, at 2:00 PM (noon call)
Friday, May 1 at 7:00 PM (5:00 call)
Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3 at 2:00 PM (noon call)

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