Choose The Marine Inflatable That Best Fits Your Class Studies!

 

Storybook Theatre's Marine Eco Tour is about to start our yearly travels around Hawaii. We would like you to know about all the different mammals we have for you all to enjoy. We have had a great feed back for some of our teachers about our different inflatable classrooms. Please take a little time to go over some of the thoughts to help you decided which marine mammal would be best for your class. We hope to be visiting your school real soon! You can call us at 808-335-0712 for more information. 

Russell Da Rooster’s Short Film – In The Footsteps of Our Princess


 

During the months of January and February we at the Storybook Theatre of Hawaii will be showing a short movie of our own making called “ In The Foot Steps of Our Princess “.  It’s about 35 minutes long and filled with great dramatic moments and facts about our Princess Ka`iulani.  We at the Storybook Theatre honor and celebrate her life. You can also watch it on the Russell Da Rooster Show on Ho`ike channel 54 on Wednesdays at 7pm and on our YouTube channel.

 Just click on the link to watch now!

Storybook Theatre’s Artist Coop Store

 

Storybook Theatre's Artist Coop is ready for Christmas. Our store is filled with all kinds of great gifts for everyone. From books and toys for the little ones to nik-naks and local paintings for the grandparents. Come on down to cheek out our store and check off your christmas check list. Call us at 808-335-0712 for more information.

Merry Christmas!

Winter Break – Art Classes

 

Wint Break is near and we at  Storybook Theatre will be holding some classes during  the break. Uncle Caylin Spear is teaching Drawing and Painting classes. All classes will be held at the Storybook Theatre's classroom upstairs from 3:30 - 5:00pm. For children ages 7 - 13.  For more information please contact us at director@storybook.org or by calling 808 - 335 - 0712.

Winter Break – Acting/Drama Classes

 

Wint Break is near and we at  Storybook Theatre will be holding some classes during  the break. Uncle Mark Jeffers is teaching Drama and Story Telling classes. All classes will be held at the Storybook Theatre's classroom upstairs from 3:30 - 5:00pm. For children ages 7 - 13.  For more information please contact us at director@storybook.org or by calling 808 - 335 - 0712.

Poi Ball Spinning and Fire Dancing Class!

 

Join us on Nov. 29 2019 f an awesome class lead by our good friend Emilia. She will be teaching us how to spin poi balls as well as show us some fire dancing. It will be an awesome night filled with excitement for the whole family. You guys won't want to miss this. The Fun starts at 6pm. Hope to see y'all!

Our New Friends Arrive On Our YouTube Channel!

 

Check out our new marine debris puppets, now on our YouTube channel. We have two new clips for you all to enjoy! See how we made some good stuff out of bad stuff while protecting our oceans! Check out the link below and don't forget to subscribe to our channel!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ8DrCrWVTA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v7vhB59Vyg&fbclid=IwAR0lwicrbzgKgmWWU7j8ylvNF5jqq3akSPyk-fIE1aZr5xJaUz05qG8fq5I

RR Show Times Ch. 128

 

The Russell Da Rooster Show 

is seen on Spectrum Ch.128 

Kaua`i commercial television

 Tuesdays and Thursdays

at 6:00am, 3:00pm & 6:00pm

Saturdays & Sundays

at 8:00am

Storybook Theatre’s 2019 Annual Meeting!

 

On Sunday evening Storybook Theatre of Hawai`i had its annual Appreciation Dinner and Annual board meeting. Outside in Sparky’s Garden Megan started the evening with a beautiful violin mini-concert complete with her own performed and recorded accompaniment. We moved inside the studio and, after a pule, a delicious dinner created by Ku'ulei was served. Smoked tomato split pea soup and pasta primavera with Makaweli beef with appropriate sauces and dressings was enjoyed by all. Janet performed an intriguing mime dance/song about Love.  Mark and Dave took turns giving Storybook updates and asking for new members to join the board of trustees. Ciarra, Mary and Katie Mae joined bringing the total to 11. Caylin spoke of the plan for classes in the studio and artist workshops. And for dessert Ku`ulei demonstrated homemade caramel sauce that she drizzled on her gluten free cheesecake topped with a mango-pineapple coulis. The trustees were all presented ti leaf lei by Blanche that were woven by Mary Hansen.

Friday Nights At SBT!

 

Friday nights are filled with family fun and happy moment here at the Storybook Theatre! This Friday we have an awesome origami class with Caylin Spears and a showing of our newest film Sparky Matsunaga. Hope to see you there and invite your friends and family to make the night a great night!