2015-2016 SEASON

Anime Alice

and her adventurer’s in wonderland

by Alvin Chan based on the novel by Lewis Carroll

In celebration of the 150th anniversary of this classic story the creative team for Anime Momotaro and A Bollywood Robin Hood will create an original production inspired by traditional Japanese theatre. Featuring live music and innovative staging this a journey down the rabbit hole your imagination does not want to miss!

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by Moses Goods, created in collaboration with the Bishop Museum

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 brings history to life in an unforgettable portrayal of an extraordinary local hero.

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Rudolf’s Reindeer Games:

and other holiday stories

created by the HTY Company and Friends

Prepare for the holidays with an interactive show built in collaboration with some of Honolulu’s best improvisers. Packed with sing-a-longs, games, original writing and the science of Santa, this show will have your students ho, ho, hoing with laughter and learning.


Mud Pies and Magic

by Lee Cataluna

This hilarious and thoughtful play explores generational differences. Can a Great-Grandmother teach her germ phobic Great-Granddaughter the joys of making mud pies and playing outside? What chance does a hyper-active trouble maker


The Tiny Tree

by Annie Cusick Wood – World Premiere

Created to engage our youngest audiences by one of our most daring and innovative theatre artists, this short, interactive show explores what tiny trees and tiny children have in common. How can we create the right environment for a tiny tree to flourish?


the story of water and Hawaii

created by the HTY Company

We drink it, play in it, depend on it, but do we understand the stories and the science behind this important substance? This musical explores the cultural, historical, environmental and physical properties of water through song, humor and interactive story telling.