Created by the HTY Company - World Premiere!

Description of Play:

Why do we eat what we eat? Where do we grow what we eat? Why does that even matter? This musical romp through Hawaii's favorite subject mixes humor, history and science to explore our community's relationship with food. Built through extensive conversations with local farmers, chefs and grandmothers, this is essential viewing for anyone who eats.

Suggested ages 5 and up.

Family Performances Dates:

Opening NIght: Friday, April 4, 2014 @ 7:30pm

Saturdays@4:30pm  April 5- May 10, 2014

ASL Performance: April 26, 2014 @ 4:30pm

ON STAGE workshops for Youth:

This hour-long Saturday workshop is thematically connected to the production and will give kids the chance to peek backstage, try out a bit of performing, and directly interact with members of the HTY creative team. Parents are invited to watch the workshop from the house. 

Grinds' Onstage Workshop: Saturday, April 19, 2014

School Performance Dates on Oahu:

HTY presents school performances on O‘ahu in Tenney Theatre at the Cathedral of St. Andrew and statewide on tour to various sites and directly to classrooms. Performances cost  is $6 per student. Student discount cards can be purchased in advance for $4.50 per student. Children on free and reduced lunches qualify for discounted admission. Teachers and required assistants are admitted free of charge with the group, although we do encourage them to pay to help meet our costs.

Click here for more information on bookings, as well as additional "Teachers' Resources"

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