INNOVATIVE, CREATIVE, PROFESSIONAL
We believe in productions that excite audiences and artists together, that are risky in their theatrics, are a collaborative effort, and strive for a professional quality to the work.
IN YOUR SPACE THEATRE
With a lack of suitable performing spaces, All the World's a Stage is taking its namesake seriously and looking at opportunities to present theatre everywhere. The first two productions--"ART" and "The Shape of Things"--dealt with the creation of visual art and so were staged in an art gallery--The ARTS at Mark's Garage in downtown Honolulu. We've also used a warehouse and the Opium Den in Chinatown. Other plans for In Your Space Theatre include environmental stagings of Shakespearean productions, restaurant-based plays and of course plays that actually take place in a theatre.
ACCESSIBLE TO ALL
A vital part of our mission is to make sure that live theatre is available to everyone, regardless of income level. All productions will have certain performances set as "Pay What You Can" to lessen the financial load on all in these lean economic times. It's our belief that we need more "ART," not less.
All the World's a Stage recognizes that today's youth are not only tomorrow's artists but also the main component of live theatre--tomorrow's audiences. We are available to teach a wide variety of workshops in all areas of theatre. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All the World's a Stage Theatre Company began in 1992 doing theatrical educational programming in the Pacific Northwest. AWS produced touring programs on aging, HIV/AIDS, teen pregnancy and addiction for 10 years. Now based in Hawai'i, All the World's a Stage is a multi-faceted theatre with programming in a wide variety of subjects and venues.
For more information, we welcome all inquiries to any of the staff members above.
All the World's a Stage Theatre Company, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, began its inaugural Honolulu season with two plays about the creation of art: "Art" by Yasmina Reza and "The Shape of Things" by Neil LaBute, both performed in the gallery at The ARTS at Mark's Garage. In the 2010-2011 season, we performed a staged reading of Richard Tillotson's new play "Duel" and performed "Closer" at the Bess Press Warehouse and theVenue in Chinatown. The following year we produced a new adaptation of "Miss Julie" at the Opium Den in Chinatown. Our last two productions were "Venus in Fur" in the Artists' Lofts and a co-production with C4, Kaimuki Christian Church and Theatre Found of "Freud's Last Session."
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
PO‘OKELA AWARD WINNERS:
2014 Leading Female in a Play: Leiney Rigg
2012 Leading Male in a Play: Troy Apostol
2011 Overall Production of a Play: Closer
Ensemble in a PLAY: Closer
Michelle Y. Hurtubise
Hannah Schauer Galli
2010 Leading Female in a Play: Michelle Hurtubise
Featured Female in a Play: Michelle Boudreau
Featured Male in a Play: Reb Beau Allen