Throughout the school's theatre arts curriculum and co-curriculum, students in grades K - 12 learn to express ideas through theatrical concepts that range from simple, imaginative role playing to full-scale productions.
Program Dates for 2020 – 2021
Fall - Quarter 2
10/16/20 - 12/18/20
More information regarding third quarter Co-Curricular offerings will be provided in December.
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What to Expect
Throughout the school’s theatre arts curriculum and co-curriculum, students learn to express ideas through theatrical concepts that range from simple, imaginative role playing to full-scale productions. These activities engage learners in lifelong opportunities for growth in confidence, creativity, problem-solving, responsibility, collaboration, work ethic, and community and world service. Students discover connections to the arts, history and culture as well as reflect on enduring and authentic human experiences.
Meet Our Faculty
Our Theatre faculty have excellent training and many years of experience in teaching, directing and performing at the local and national level. They are passionate and enthusiastic about drama, playwriting and the arts, and look forward to giving back to the next generation.
The admission of any student in the School's after school programs is at the sole and absolute discretion of Punahou School in accordance with applicable laws. Admission criteria may be modified from time to time without notice by the School. Furthermore, students with past due billing accounts may not be eligible to enroll in these programs until their accounts are brought current. All payments made to the School will be allocated first towards unpaid Punahou tuition.