Education Programs: Schools
DRAMA INSPIRES LEARNING
Re-ignite students’ excitement about learning while directly addressing standards and core curriculum.
Honolulu Theatre for Youth drama specialists work directly with teachers to help extend student achievement in a range of subjects, from language arts to social studies to science, even math, in ways that significantly involve and engage every student. Nearly one hundred thousand students have benefited from HTY workshops, getting excited about exploring ideas, debating key questions and learning.
Drama Residencies make learning exhilarating and practical.
Contact Daniel A. Kelin, II to plan a residency your school at (808) 839-9885 x 710. He will help you develop a residency that fits the needs of your particular classroom. Residencies can be grant-supported. Ask Dan how!
For the past eleven years, The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with the Hawai`i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and Honolulu Theatre for Youth to offer Poetry Out Loud, a nationwide poetry recitation contest. Poetry Out Loud encourages young people to learn about great poetry through memorization and performance, helping participants to master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage. Starting at the classroom level, teachers are provided with free curriculum materials – a teacher’s guide and website, all designed to meet national standards – to augment their regular curriculum with poetry recitation and competition. School-level recitation champions advance to the state and national levels.
If you are interested in further information, please visit the website for Hawaii's Poetry Out Loud contest or contact Kasey Lindley at Honolulu Theatre for Youth by phone at 839-9885 x 704 or by e-mail at email@example.com. To guarantee a space for your school, we ask that you contact us as soon as possible and no later than January 1st, 2016. State finals will be held at Tenney Theatre in downtown Honolulu, Sunday, February 21, 2016.
This special program for high school students tours directly to the classroom. Two short plays dealing with the subject of sexual violence, how to recognize it and how to prevent it are presented to small single sex groups. The presentation of each play is followed by a facilitated group discussion developed in collaboration with the Sex Abuse Treatment Center.
HTY has been taking the RESPECT IS A CHOICE program to high schools statewide for several years, and the program has been creating a very positive impact wherever it goes. The program is toured directly to high schools and is presented in classrooms.
For more information or to reserve a spot in the 2011-2012 school year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.