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Re-envisioned and filmed entirely using puppets. Audience members will travel to a distant galaxy where the characters, a father and son, must make an emergency landing on what seems to be an uninhabited planet. They discover a strange and magical object while fixing their rocket ship. What could it be? With the help of some new found friends, they learn the value of looking after one another and how each of us grows in our own time. Ages 3+ .

The Tiny Tree

By Annie Cusick Wood

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These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families.
Ages 3+

The Carp Who
Would Not Quit

By Reiko Ho and the HTY Ensemble

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Hawaii’s greatest athlete and the grandfather of modern surfing, Duke Kahanamoku is unquestionably one of the most important and beloved figures in Hawaiian history. HTY favorite Moses Goods creates an unforgettable portrayal of an extraordinary life. 
Ages 8+

DUKE

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Join Kapili as he learns about respecting and honoring people of different cultures through the stories of his classmates. The show features a diverse cast and stories from our neighbors in the Pacific that celebrate the cultural traditions that connect us and provide valuable wisdom for growing up today and our collective future.  Recommended for Ages 8+

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The HI Way Season 3 Premiere!

Season 3 will premiere on April 20th.

We are very proud to open Season 3 of The HI Way with a special episode titled Stronger Together. The episode is the company’s collective, creative response to the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes happening across the country.

“The majority of our company is Asian-American and many are Pacific Islander. We understand that we represent a small number of the great variety of voices that are stepping up to speak out in this moment. We are deeply honored to be a part of these voices and envision a world where young people from every corner of the country, and certainly Hawai’i, join these voices.”
—Eric Johnson, Artistic Director.

HTY’s mission as a company has always been to appropriately include young people in the most important conversations. HTY’s resident team behind The HI Way’s Stronger Together episode are committed to serving the community especially during this time when inspiring youth and beginning this conversation with love and hope, rather than fear, is imperative.

Please watch the episode, and help us spread our positive message of love and hope.

The episode will be broadcast on Hawaii News Now stations:
Tuesday 4/20 at 5:00pm on K5
Thursday 4/22 at 5:00pm on K5
Saturday 4/24 at 2:00pm on KGMB
Sunday 4/25 at 6:30pm on K5

Click here to access related resources, and read about our approach.

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