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Curtain set to rise here at King Kekaulike Performing Arts Center

The time has come! On April 20th, 2018
the King Kekaulike Performing Arts Center
will officially open with our spring musical
"The Lady Pirates Of Captain Bree"!

What you receive as a supporter/advertiser:
• An ad in our glossy Performing Arts Magazine coming out in the Fall of 2018.
• An annual link to your company website as a recognized supporter.
• A vast amount of community recognition.
• The option to remain anonymous is available as well.
• Magazine(s) will be available both in print and online.

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 King Kekaulike High School senior Kai Richardson, the Drama Club head technician for sound and lights, poses recently in the sound booth of the new performance facility at the Pukalani campus. Richardson has been in musical productions and chooses to work behind the scenes in the sound booth. IGNACIO ARCAS photo

King Kekaulike High School senior Kai Richardson, the Drama Club head technician for sound and lights, poses recently in the sound booth of the new performance facility at the Pukalani campus. Richardson has been in musical productions and chooses to work behind the scenes in the sound booth. IGNACIO ARCAS photo

With seating for more than 400, the performing arts theater has acoustic tiles and an array of complicated technical features, such as an orchestra pit designed to rise and fall on hydraulic lifts. According to the project’s environmental impact statement, the theater building totals 22,123 square feet, including its lobby, house, stage and back-of-the-house support functions. The control room is elevated above the last row of seats, enough so that operators can see over the heads of the audience members standing in the last row, the study said. The control booth has stations for lighting, stage management, video and sound control operators.

It will be available for all students, such as those in fine arts, band and the Hawaiian immersion program.....

Excerpt from Maui News article published  3/13/2018

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121 Kula Highway
Makawao, HI, 96768
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