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Hawaii Pacific University


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1164 Bishop Street
Honolulu,HI 96813
(808) 544-0887
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Hawai‘i Pacific University offers a unique experience for students interested in studying Theater. Small classes allow for greater interaction between students and teachers, and much individualized attention. Courses are taught by Theater professionals, offering students high quality instruction and mentoring. Acting and production courses give students the opportunity to apply both technical and performance skills to live performances. Because the major productions involve actors, designers, and technicians from the community, students have the opportunity to work with many theater professionals, both on stage and off stage. Hawai‘i Pacific University Theatre is a member of the Hawaii State Theatre Council, and its productions each year are adjudicated along with most of the professional, community, and university theaters in Hawaii. HPU Theatre has earned numerous awards for acting, directing, ensemble performance, playwriting, and overall play production.

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Faculty Info: ALEX MUNRO, LANALY CABALO.

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