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Register here for "The Claw"(K-8) and "Big Bad" (6th-12th)

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"The Claw" (grades K-8)

Starts Wednesday 2/22 and Friday 2/24

Grades K-3: 3-4 PM      Grades 4-8: 4-5 PM

Auditions 2/27, 3/1 and 3/3

Rehearsals March 6th-June 1st

Performances June 2nd & 3rd

All rehearsals at Kings Chapel Lanai (downstairs)

$100 registration fee

*Please contact us at if you would like to pay in multiple installments

Synopsis: When an out-of-order claw game suddenly turns back on, all of the toys are ecstatic! Well… all of the toys except for Dot, a terrified stuffed cow. Dot’s desperate to hold onto her home and her best friend, Aiden. Can Dot conquer her fear of the unknown with some help from the Flair Bears, Mighty Mutant Power Turtles, Beanie Elders, and the all-knowing Mystical 8-ball?


Matt Glickstein, Mindy Bolo, Rochelle Vereida, and Susan Book

The Claw registration


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"Big Bad" (grades 6-12)

Starts Tuesday 2/21 and Thursday 2/23

3-5 PM

Auditions 2/28 and 3/2

Rehearsals March 7th-April 27th

Performances April 28th and 29th

All rehearsals at Kings Chapel Lanai (downstairs)

$100 registration fee

*Please contact us at if you would like to pay in multiple installments


The most notorious criminal in the fairy-tale world, Big Bad Wolf, is being slapped with a class-action lawsuit by the countless quirky characters he has wronged.  Now, the two greatest legal minds in the Enchanted Forest — the Evil Stepmother and the Fairy Godmother — will clash (on live Court TV, no less, with Sydney Grimm as commentator!)  in a trial that will be remembered forever after.  As Little Red Riding Hood, her Grandmother, the Three Little Pigs and the Shepherd in charge of the Boy Who Cried Wolf testify, the wolf seems deserving of all that’s coming.  But, even though the disreputable Evil Stepmother couldn’t be less interested in pro-bono work on such an obviously futile defense, Mr. Wolf makes a good case for himself.  Was he born a criminal, or made one?  Perhaps he does deserve compassion instead of condemnation?  What will the verdict be?  Only the jury — your audience — can decide, when the doddering old Judge invites them to determine the outcome of the trial...  and the play!



Chris Komatsu and Matt Glickstein

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