Drama Program

ʻŌhiʻa Productions is a non-profit, § 501(c)(3) organization founded in March of 1995 by Lisa Matsumoto and Michael Furuya to provide creative, educational and inspiring theatrical experiences to Hawaiʻi's children and families.


Camp ‘Ōhi‘a: Blue Sea Adventure

camp-ohia-fullCamp ‘Ōhi‘a: Blue Sea Adventure will be held at Cathedral Catholic Academy from June 10 – July 5, 2013. Program hours will be Monday through Friday from 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Afternoon care will be available to 5:30 p.m.

Camp ‘Ōhi‘a will have students exploring the fascinating marine life that inhabit Hawai‘i’s coral reefs and learning of the challenges which threaten their survival. Students will “Dive” below the ocean’s surface through the use of creative drama activities, music and prop making. With a culminating performance, the students will teach us conservation tips and ways to take better care of our ocean and its many inhabitants, so that we can build a better sea for everyone to enjoy.

To register please complete the registration form and submit directly to Cathedral Catholic Academy, 1728 Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96817. Cathedral Catholic Academy will also be offering a full day summer school program.

* ‘Ōhi‘a will also be offering 10 drama camp scholarships to qualifying students. Please see the scholarship form for qualification requirements. Mahalo nui loa to the Johnson ‘Ohana Charitable Foundation for providing the funds for the scholarships.

Camp ‘Ōhi‘a: Blue Sea Adventure is sponsored by the Johnson ‘Ohana Charitable Foundation and Island Insurance.

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Click here to download the Summer Session Enrollment Form (right-click, save as…)

Click here to download the Camp ‘Ōhi‘a Scholarship Application (right-click, save as…)

 

Imagination Soars

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ʻŌhiʻa Productions’ Imaginations Soars! Program brings performing arts in to the classroom. This program integrates performing and visual arts while addressing multiple learning styles, engaging the verbal, aural and kinesthetic learners. Teaching artists will use the national standards as a guide to teach students how to use their voice, body and imagination to express themselves in arts activities that promote critical thinking and problem solving. Students will build community and increase self-esteem through this program. This program meets HCPS III in Science, Language Arts, Social Studies and Fine Arts.

The Imagination Soars! Program is an excellent introduction or follow up to ʻŌhiʻa’s popular Educational Touring Program and may also stand on its own.

ʻŌhiʻa Productions has the flexibility to work with parents, teachers and administrators in developing a curriculum of interest for your school community. Cognizant of State and National Standards as well as new Science curricula such as FOSS and STP, we will work with your school community to build a living, breathing curriculum that is science and arts integrated suited to your school’s needs!