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Linking your Classrooms to Kennedy Theatre Productions

Re-Imagined Classics!

GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENT GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE. Click here for group reservation request form (fillable PDF).    

Written by Dale Wasserman
Music by Mitch Leigh, Lyrics by Joe Darion
Directed by Glenn Cannon
Starring John Mount
Musical Direction by Tom Bingham
Nov 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17 at 8pm; Nov 18 at 2pm
Don Quixote tilts at windmills and "dreams the impossible dream" in this award-winning musical version of Cervantes’ classic story. Starring UHM Music Professor John Mount as the irrepressible knight who is joined in his quest by his "Dulcinea" and his sidekick Sancho Panza. Filled with unforgettable songs such as "The Impossible Dream," "Little Bird" and "Dulcinea

Open rehearsal
Oct 20 3:30pm Mainstage
Contact Lurana O'Malley at or 956-9609 if you are interested in this event.


Directed by Larry Reed, Artistic Director of ShadowLight Productions, San Francisco
Musical Director: I Nyoman Sumandhi, Bali
Production Director: Kirstin Pauka,University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Jan 25, 26, 31, Feb 1, 2 at 8pm; Feb 3 at 2pm
In this unusual adaptation of Shakespeare’s most musical and magical play, guest artist Larry Reed fuses Balinese and Elizabethan elements with his hallmark shadowcasting method, which utilizes a giant screen & live performers to create a magical shadow theatre performance. The production will also feature live musical accompaniment by the UH Balinese Gamelan Ensemble.
Teach Shakespeare’s Tempest in Fall 2007 or Spring 2008 classes, and we will have educational events and information to supplement your teaching.

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for resources for teachers

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Directed by Paul T. Mitri
April 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 8pm  - April 20 at 2pm
This newly worked twist on Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters, tells the story of a servant who mistakenly gets employed by more than one master and spends all his time trying not to get caught. Added to the mix are a fiancé returned from the dead, girls dressed as guys, guys dressed as girls, a play within a play, and guest improvisers to keep things funny and fresh!
For teachers of English or theatre, The Servant of Many Masters production provides the opportunity to teach about classic comic characters and devices, Italy’s commedia dell’arte, and the farcical hilarity of France’s Molière.

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Click here for Servant educational materials

Pre-Show Chats
7pm before the April 12 and April 19 performances

For participating schools, we will offer:

• curricular support materials on our website!
• a special opportunity to meet with the director and actors!
• ticket discounts for groups of 10 or more!
• educational lectures and workshops!

Please contact Lurana O’Malley if you
are interested in participating in
Kennedy Theatre’s Page to Stage in 2007-2008.
Ph. 956-9609 or


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