77311 is the number of September! Donate any amount of money during checkout at Foodland (or Sack N Save) in September - show your Foodland Maika‘i card and give the code #77311- to have your donation added to by their company! Help transform the lives of young Hawaii through … Read more about Give Aloha All September!
KIPUKA: Anti-Bullying Project The Alliance for Drama Education’s T-Shirt Theatre proudly announces the launch of KIPUKA Anti-Bullying Project, a live performance and video series created to address issues of bullying, cyber-bullying, and teen suicide. KIPUKA is a shared message to Hawai‘i youth … Read more about Join us for KIPUKA: Anti-Bullying Project
Click here for details on our Spring 2018 show KIPUKA: Anti-Bullying Project A kīpuka is a place surrounded by lava, protected, and able to flourish. Finding that space with a friend, with a family member or within oneself is the message of T-Shirt Theatre’s “Kipuka: Teen Crisis Project” which is … Read more about Join us for our 2017 Fall Show, KIPUKA!
T-Shirt Theatre/Alliance for Drama Education has received a $7,000 grant from Hawaiian Electric to support its T-Shirt Theatre performances of “Takes a Village,” a play that explores the universal message of intergenerational wisdom and its positive impact on youth. The Kalihi-based nonprofit, which … Read more about 125 Acts of Aloha
We partnered with Linapuni Elementary on a residency with their first grade students courtesy of a grant from Target. Teaching Artists Jonah Moananu and Nate Corpuz shared our “Getting Dramatic” program and collaborated with the 1st grade teachers on the theme, “Bucket Fillers.” Jonah and Nate … Read more about Linapuni Elementary School Residency
The Walt Dulaney and George Kon Scholarship Fund was established to assist in the education and life dreams of a well-deserved and talented student within T-Shirt Theatre! The scholarship is managed by the Hawai‘i Community Foundation, and was awarded for this first time in the spring. This … Read more about Scholarship Fund awards first recipient