The Carp Who Would Not Quit- At Tenney Field Trip

$5.00 35 minutes

$5 per student.

• In-person, at Tenney performances are available during 2 time slots: 9:30am and 11:00am

• Shows are available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays for APRIL 2022

Contact Stu at schools@htyweb.org for questions or concerns.

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To check on availability: Choose your day on the calendar, choose the available time slot, enter the amount of students (teachers are free) in the headcount next to the “Check Availability” button at bottom of page.  Please note: Additional adult chaperones must pay ticket fee. Then, go to your cart and check out. No payment is due until your date is confirmed. You will receive email confirmation if your date is available and then can either send in payment online or choose other payment options.

  • Please choose the show you are booking from the drop down menu.
  • Note: Teacher tickets are free.
    Title I schools may be eligible for discount on ticket pricing.
  • Section 2: Fill Out For School Field Trips to Tenney Only

  • Note: Chaperones pay student ticket price.
  • HTY will try to address any additional audience needs such as such hearing or vision impairment, wheelchair/walker, or need for ASL interpreter. Please let us know how we can accommodate your group.
  • In case we cannot accommodate your group on date you selected, please list a 2nd cholce that may work for your group.
  • Are there other criteria for us to consider if your first and second choices are not available? For example, are there days of the week or showtimes that may work?
  • Are there other criteria for us to consider if your first and second choices are not available? For example, are there days of the week or showtimes that may NOT work?
    The Hawaii State Art Museum is offering free museum visits plus use of the lawn for eating lunch to supplement your field trip to an HTY show.

Description

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.
Age 3+