About

Welcome Everyone!

The web pages here are for fun and learning. We hope to share stories, news, pictures, videos and more with the Storybook Theatre Ohana (family), especially with the keiki (children) of Hawaii and the world.

The site has been set-up to allow to allow you to add to the site yourself with comments, pictures, articles or videos of your own. We welcome you!

 

Storybook's Mission Statement

The purpose of The Storybook Theatre of Hawaii is to enable Hawaii's school children to experience and participate in the performing and media arts, SBTH also perpetuates the cultural values and heritage of the peoples of Hawaii and the Pacific.



The Peace Garden

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Our Project Goal

To create a "Children's Media Center" in Hanapepe, Kaua'i that will benefit the children of Kaua'i, the State, and national/ international communities by expanding the potential of the telling of good stories to children at school and at home through the television and radio media.

 

Major Objectives

To create a viable business in the production of television & radio programs for young people for local and widespread distribution.

To develop related products and services that will be sold through a retail storefront and network telemarketing.


The Keiki

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Brief History of Storybook:

The Storybook Theatre of Hawaii has been an active member of the touring performing arts community in the State for seventeen years, even before incorporation in 1986 as a tax-exempt non-profit organization. Every year that a touring production is performed, approximately 25,000 pre-school and school-age children directly benefit.

Storybook has created more that 40 original touring productions from every major culture represented in the State, has toured extensively on every Island, and is a recognized name in the world of good storytelling for children in Hawaii. Touring programs have also reached the Cook Islands in the South Pacific where on three separate tours more than half of the countries population was reached (6000 people).

In the 1994/95 season as well as in the 1995/ 96 season mainland shows were booked in cities in New Mexico, Iowa, South Dakota, and Michigan. Storybook is also known for creating the Rainbow Arts Festival.