Remembering John Blossom In-Person Field Trip (At Tenney)

$5.00 60 minutes

$5 per student.

• This at-Tenney show is available during 2 time slots: 9:30am and 11:00am.

• This show is available on selected Fridays for Fall 2021 starting in November.

• Please note there is a 70 student minimum headcount for this performance.

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

To check on availability: Choose your day on the calendar, choose the available time slot, enter the amount of students only (teachers are free) in the headcount next to the “Check Availability” button at bottom of page.  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. *only one school order accepted for each performance time.

  • Please choose the show you are booking from the drop down menu.
  • Note: Teacher tickets are free.
  • HTY will try to address any additional audience needs such as an ASL interpreter. Please let us know if you have any special performance needs.
    Title I schools may be eligible for discount on ticket pricing.

Description

There is a rich history of Blacks in Hawai‘i that dates back to the early 1800’s. But, with the exception of a few, like President Obama, most of the stories about Black lives in Hawai‘i have been all but forgotten. HTY veteran actor and playwright Moses Goods creates an enlightening one-man show highlighting the presence of Blackness in the islands from the earliest known records to the most current movements and happenings. Recommended for Middle/High School

Performance runs 60 minutes.