2o21-2022 Season (Spring)

School Performances

Three easy ways For Schools to enjoy HTY performances

Bring HTY to Your School!

HTY has two productions ready to tour directly to your school and built to perform in your venue.  With the safety of students and teachers in mind we are bringing the work directly to Oahu schools this Spring.

Come to Tenney Theatre

We are delighted to announce that we will have live Field trips at Tenney Theatre in downtown Honolulu.  With lights and full sound and an entirely new state of the art air conditioning system we feel confident we can have a safe venue for you and your students.

Book a Digital Performance

We are continuing to produce first rate digital content for the classroom.  Check out our current offerings here!


January – May 2022

Musubi Man

by Lee Cataluna, adapted from the book by Sandi Takayama

At Tenney Theatre:   January 18- February 4, available Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at 9:30am and 11:00am.

Touring to Oahu Schools:  February 14-March 4 

“Run, run, as fast as you can! You no can catch me, I’m one musubi man!” The pidgin-speaking Musubi Man, like the gingerbread man in the classic tale, is determined not to be eaten and he sets out on a wild journey that takes him all the way to the sea. Designed to foster young children’s pre-literacy development, the story gives plenty of opportunity for kids to interact and help with the storytelling.

Grades Preschool – K


by Lee Cataluna and Moses Goods

At Tenney Theatre:  March 21- April 8:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30am and 11:00am.

World Premiere! A new musical set in the short lived school for children of Hawaiian royalty.  The play, which takes place in the 1840s, combines contemporary music with one of the most important historical moments in the kingdom of Hawai‘i.

Grades 3 – 12.

ʻImi Ā Loaʻa: Search and Find

Created by Moses Goods, Inamona Theatre Company and the HTY Ensemble

At Tenney Theatre:  April 25- May 24:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30am and 11:00am.

i ka wa ma mua ka wa ma hope, the future is in the past

Join us in celebrating the rich history and many possible futures living in our land as we explore Native Hawaiian ideas of “time” and “place.”  This multi-media experience mixes elements of live performance, walking tour and digital gaming for an entirely new type of theatre

Classes meet at HTY’s Tenney Theatre for an orientation/performance and each group will be guided by a performer/educator who will accompany the group from location to location as well as facilitating the use of the technological elements. The experience requires some light walking and is limited to 100 participants per performance.

Grades 3 – 12.

Holoholo Nā Holoholona: Animals on the Go

by Makiilei Ishihara and the HTY Ensemble

At Tenney Theatre:   February 14-March 4 available Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at 9:30am and 11:00am.

Touring to Oahu Schools:  January 18- February 4 

Come crawl, leap, jump, fly and sing in this exciting new theatrical adventure based on classic Hawaiian stories of animals. From the wise pueo (owl) to the fearless ‘opihi (limpet) every creature has a story to tell. Like Aesop’s fables many of our ka‘ao & mo‘olelo Hawai‘i have invaluable lessons for all keiki young and old. Lets go “holoholo” around the islands with our friends the animals (holoholona). While laughing and singing students will get an age appropriate introduction to Hawaiian language and culture.

Grades 1 – 6

The Carp Who Would Not Quit

By Reiko Ho and the HTY Ensemble

At Tenney Theatre:   April 17-22, available Monday-Friday at 9:30am and 11:00am.

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.

Grades Preschool – K-1

Get our Spring Brochure!

Thank you so much for your interest in the Season!  You can download a copy of our brochure for the Spring here and please let us know any questions you may have.


A Special Gift!

As a special Holiday Thank you, HTY is bringing  back our Virtual Field Trip, Da Holidays from December 1-23.  If you book an HTY Spring performance either in person at Tenney Theatre or Touring to your School this December, you’ll receive free access to Da Holidays Virtual Production. Once you’ve booked your Spring Production please contact Stu at schools@htyweb.org or 808-839-9885 ex 711 to get your special Da Holidays link and password.

Watch a Preview!

Pricing for Field Trips

Price Per Student  $5

Price Per Teacher (Free)

Partial Funding is available for Title I Schools.

As always, we will work directly with you and your school to make sure every student is able to have access to enjoy these productions.  Please contact us if you have concerns, questions or if there are ways that we can make it easier to enjoy these programs.

Our new online booking system makes it as easy as  1, 2, 3…

1)  Pick your show(s) and decide if you would like to see it at the theatre or at your school.

From here our new online reservation system will show you available the dates, times and walk you through the process of signing up. 

2)  We will confirm your reservation!

We will get back to you quickly and confirm the show times/dates as well as more specific information.   Closer to the start of the show we will send our study guide and some fun extras to go along with the show and we will be available for questions or concerns every step of the way.

3)  Come and enjoy the performance!

Enjoy the show knowing that billing can be handled either at the event, prior to the event or billed afterwards.  


Thank you for your patience as we all get used to this new system!

If you have any questions, concerns, ideas for improvements or just need us to help walk you through the process we are available and delighted to take your call.

(808) 839-9885 extension #701 and ask for Stu! 

Please Contact Us

We would love to hear from you and answer any questions about this new process, our other programming or simply say hi.

Please feel free to reach out with the attached form or by calling Stu directly at (808) 839-9885 ext. 701.

Free Digital Resources for Teachers

As you decide on your HTY Field Trips for the coming Fall please check out Episodes of our Emmy Award Winning Show The HI Way or using the social-emotional videos we created for the classroom.  More digital resources are on the way!

Digital Resources for Educators