This event is FREE and open to the public. Click on the ticket link below to register. In lieu of admission price, please consider making a cash donation to Corona Care Hawai‘i.
An 80s classic with a Hawai’i twist. Five local high school students from Honolulu spend a Saturday in detention together to find out that they have more in common than they thought. In this special live streamed stage reading of the classic John Hughes coming-of-age film THE BREAKFAST CLUB, this pidgin english rendering will be performed by local actors from the Honolulu theatre community. Directed by Hawai’i born actor and Improv Hawaii founder Kimee Balmilero (HAWAI’I FIVE-0, MAGNUM P.I), get ready to eat up this Brat Pack classic with two scoops rice and lots of ono gravy on top.
Expect props, costumes, wigs, and some other surprises and all done as a benefit performance for local charities. So, saddle up, because hana okolele, you go detention! Join us, which may include a brain, an athlete, a basketcase, a princess and a criminal. Does that answer your question?
About Corona Care Hawai‘i:
Coronacare Hawai‘i is a volunteer mutual aid network built to meet the needs of our communities during the COVID-19 crisis. Call for help or to volunteer at (808) 460-6095. To make a cash contribution, head over to their donation page. To see the work they do, follow them on Instagram.