Update July 16, 2019, 8:25 p.m.: Due to an actor illness, the July 17 performance of The Ballad of Mu Lan is canceled. If you have tickets to the performance, a member of the box office team will be in touch to process an exchange or refund.

 

 

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Early Bird Flash Sale: 10% Off Fall Classes

Fall registration is now open! Save 10% on tuition when registering now through July 24 at 11:59 p.m. Students ages 1-18 grow as artists and innovators through 6 and 10-week classes in theatre, dance, filmmaking, performance, access, and early childhood. 

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Tickets for our 40th Anniversary Season Now on Sale!

It’s a monumental year at Imagination Stage – we’re turning 40! We are celebrating our past by remounting popular shows in our history – The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2012) and Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth (2009). We’re also creating the future with a world premiere multi-media production of Thumbelina, plus many more celebrations and special performances in store. It’s our birthday-year, come join the party!

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The Ballad of Mu Lan – Now Playing!

Courage, honor, and country! When China is forced to war with the invading Xi Xia, each family must send one man into battle. In her quest to protect her baba, our young heroine proves girls can do anything- including saving a nation. Inspired by Peking Opera, this partnership production with the Honolulu Theatre for Youth is full of music, pageantry, and humor.

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Summer Camps Filling Quick!

Imagination Stage offers camps for ages 3.5-18 in acting, musical theatre, dance, and filmmaking, including camps that end in a live performance. Don’t miss your chance to get creative in the classroom, perform on stage, or get behind the camera this summer – camps are selling out fast! 

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Balloonacy, Now Playing for Ages 1-5

Nothing can go right for the character of the old man, whose days are gray and dreary until he is visited by a friendly red balloon. Reminiscent of the silent films of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, the playwright has imagined the man as an older version of the boy in the movie The Red Balloon, now grown up and grown old, having forgotten his youthful adventure. That is until the red balloon returns to the rescue! 

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