The Carp Who Would Not Quit – Sun, April 10 @ 2pm

Tenney Theatre 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, Hawaii

By Reiko Ho and The HTY Ensemble
These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families. Recommended for ages 3+

Free – $20.00

The Carp Who Would Not Quit- Sat April 16 @ 11am

Tenney Theatre 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, Hawaii

By Reiko Ho and The HTY Ensemble
These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families.

Free – $20.00

The Carp Who Would Not Quit- Sat April 23 @ 11am

Tenney Theatre 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, Hawaii

By Reiko Ho and The HTY Ensemble
These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families.

Free – $20.00

The Carp Who Would Not Quit- Sat April 23 @ 2pm

Tenney Theatre 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, Hawaii

By Reiko Ho and The HTY Ensemble
These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families.

Free – $20.00

The Carp Who Would Not Quit- Sat May 28 @ 4pm

Tenney Theatre 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu, Hawaii

By Reiko Ho and The HTY Ensemble These re-tellings of traditional fables from Japan and Okinawa teach important lessons of persistence, respect and kindness. Japanese and Okinawan music, language and culture are the heart of this performance featuring clever animals and a whole lot of fun for our youngest audience members and their families.

Free – $20.00