Summer Theatre Program at PACK-- With Full Day Care Available
Summer Theater Programs Offered to Nurture Hawaii Youth-- With Full Day Care Available
Performing Arts Center of Kapolei offers an introduction to musical theater class, as well as an opportunity to perform in Seussical, KIDS and Disney's Lion King KIDS
Kapolei, Hawaii – March 30, 2017 – The Performing Arts Center of Kapolei, known as PACK, is currently accepting enrollment for their ever-popular Summer Programs, running May 30 through June 30, 2017 at Kapolei High School, and open to all children ages 5 to 14.
This summer, PACK is offering three separate opportunities for children to participate in theater. First, an Introduction to Musical Theatre, Lil' Ones, will be held daily from Tuesday, May 30 to Saturday, June 3. Students meet 2:30-5:30PM Tuesday through Friday, then 9am to 3pm on Saturday. The introduction will include dynamic games teaching basic theater concepts for youth age 5 to 10, as well as focusing on singing, dancing, acting, and improvisation. The class culminates with a brief performance on at 2PM on June 3.
In addition to the Introduction to Musical Theater class, PACK for the first time will be staging 2 full productions of kids' shows. First, Seussical, KIDS will be open to children age 5-14, with rehearsals on June 5-16, Monday through Friday, from 9:00am-3:00pm. A final performance will be held at 6pm on June 16. Secondly, PACK will perform Disney's Lion King KIDS, also running 9am to 3pm, Monday through Friday, from June 19-30, with a final performance at 6pm on June 30. Students will have the opportunity to work with theater professionals as they create their vision of these beloved shows.
Lastly, PACK will be providing before and after program care during the summer, in order to accommodate working families.
“Over the years we have worked with hundreds of kids, and it is fun to see children grow as individuals when they learn all the components of theater productions. Students participate from all over O'ahu, and return to us every year, they have so much fun!” explains PACK Director, Meagan Olson.
For more information, visit PACK website at www.packapolei.org or call 808.305.8048
The Performing Arts Center of Kapolei (PACK) is a non-profit theatre program for students of all ages. Our mission is to support and encourage family togetherness by creating extraordinary theater experiences that educate, challenge, enrich and inspire young people and their communities. .Through generous support from individuals and organizations, PACK is able to produce several quality shows each year and offer various theatre education classes. ###