‘Puss In Boots’ at Kaimuki High School
Puss In Boots
Kaimuki High School
October 21 - 29, 2017
Puss In Boots
Saturday, October 21 at 7:00pm
Sunday, October 22 at 3:00pm
Saturday, October 28 at 7:00pm -- Kitty Costume Dress Up Day*
Sunday, October 29 at 3:00pm-- Kitty Costume Dress Up Day*
[KAIMUKI, OAHU, OCTOBER 2017] We are pleased to announce KHSPAC’s Fall production of Puss In Boots! A charming, clever cat befriends a King, defeats an Ogre, matchmakes a romance, transforms his master into the rich and famous Marquis of Carabas, and makes Feline History as the “Smartest Cat That Ever Lived.” Puss In Boots is a favorite KHSPAC Production, our students have performed this show in 1993, 1997, 2007 and then again in 2011 to sold out school audiences. Our talented cast this year consists of 20 students from Kaimuki High School and SEEQS: School for Examining Essential Questions of Sustainability; many cast members were selected from KHS Performing Arts Center's Acting Class.
Targeted for younger audiences (Preschool - 5th Grade), but fun for all ages, the show will be performed on Sat, October 21 at 7:00pm, Sun, October 22 at 3:00pm, Sat, October 28 at 7:00pm and Sun, October 29 at 3:00pm.
*October 28 & 29 are Kitty Costume Dress Up Days! All kids in cat-inspired costumes will get a special treat bag! Cat ears, noses and especially boots are welcomed!
Adult tickets are $10, students, military and seniors with I.D. are $5, Kids 3-4 are $3, and under 3 are free! Box office opens thirty-minutes before each performance for ticket sales. Cash or check only. Kaimuki High School is located at 2705 Kaimuki Ave., between Kapahulu Ave. and Kapiolani Blvd.
ABOUT KHSPAC: Kaimuki High School Performing Arts Center offers classes in acting, music, dance and technical theater at no cost to public school students all over Oahu. The program’s mission is based on the belief that performing arts develop important life skills including discipline, teamwork, creativity, self-awareness, confidence, focus, and appreciation of the performing arts. Under the direction of M.J. Matsushita, the program and its musical and dramatic productions involve about 160 students who present three major productions per school year. KHSPAC is one of three Department of Education learning centers for performing arts on Oahu. For more information visit: http://khspac.org.
For more information, contact Niki Libarios via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org