CMA press release
This fall intersession, October 3-7, Molokai Arts Center (MAC), in collaboration with Kualapu’u School and FilCom CARES, will present Honolulu Theater for Youth for a five-day acting/drama course for students registered in classes 2 to 6. The limit is 35 students and registration has already started.
The class will be in person at the school cafeteria in Kualapu’u from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. No transportation will be provided. Students must bring their own water bottle, snack and lunch. The registration form is available at forms.gle/1kQ8BMtdZe2wWS7LA. Complete one form per child.
Instructor Lily Crumpton is a teaching artist and assistant director of drama education for the Honolulu Theater for Youth and director of HTY’s Saturday youth acting group, Primary Players and their summer drama program, ‘Tween Scene. During his 14 years with the company, Crumpton has spent most of that time in classrooms, working with K-12 students on integrated arts-based courses; using theater as a learning tool, as well as conducting professional development workshops for classroom teachers. Crumpton earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from SUNY Stony Brook and a Master of Fine Arts in Theater Education from UH Manoa. She had the privilege of serving as a lecturer at both Leeward Community College in the Department of Education and the Department of Theater and Dance at UH Manoa.