I’m very excited to announce that I have been named one of six recipients of TCG’s 14th round of Fox Fellowships! Over the next two years I will have access to resources to help further my artistic career and professional growth. Exciting things to come!
With the current state of things regarding Covid 19, Honolulu Theatre for Youth is temporarily halting its live stage performances and focusing its creative energy on work that will air on television and on line.
Hawai’i in the 1970s. A time of reclamation, discovery, and pride. For Lovey Lee, a young queer Hawaiian, the 70s is about finding a place where they can just be. With Hawai’i’s cultural renaissance at its peak and with the sexual liberation movement booming throughout the nation, there is perhaps no better time to explore life, identity, and freedom. But the journey of any brave pioneer is often complicated and fraught with challenges. In this coming of age story, Lovey finds themself journeying from their safe island home to the invigorating streets of San Francisco to the dark alleys of Hotel Street and back again in their search for place.
A new musical set in the short lived school for children of Hawaiian royalty. Set in the 1840s the play combines contemporary music with one of the most important historical moments in the kingdom of Hawaii. HTY will produce a Hawaiian language version (Ke Kula Keiki Ali’i) and an English language version (The Royal School) of this show.