Improv Hawaii’s “(BLANK): The Musical“ is a fully improvised musical comedy featuring local Hawaii celebrities. “Hawaii Five-0” actor Dennis Chun will star in “Dennis Chun: The Musical” on Saturday, May 6th at The Artst at Marks Garage.
The musical comedy is described as a combination of a hit Broadway musical and the popular improv TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” She continued, “Everything from the music to the dance moves to the song lyrics are completely made up, so this will be audience’s only chance to see this particular show.”
Tickets and further information for “Dennis Chun: The Musical” is available at the improvhi website: http://improvhi.com/musical/. Tickets range from $15. to $20.
We love our audience…A LOT! We want to show our appreciation with a special performance for only $5!*
Join us as we do a full hour of improv awesomeness for you featuring YOU our audience!
Audience members will be given in the opportunity to join us for some games OR have a musical done about YOU!
Space is limited, so purchase your tickets online while you still can!
Hope to see you there!
*$5 ticket offer is only available for online purchases.
We are excited to anounce the opening (and sadly the closing) of Travel2Change: The Musical!
We are putting the spotlight on fellow Arts at Marks partners Travel2Change and their founder Dr. Thomas Kohler
Join us for a night of major LOLs! We promise you’ve never seen a show like THIS before…
$15 online or $20 at the door
Doors open at 7:30pm
Show begins at 8pm
Parking: Street, meter or garage
Soft drinks, wine and beer will be available for purchase
travel2change is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that imagines travel as a catalyst for creating positive impacts. We believe that by exploring the world, we can better it. Our mission is to make travel meaningful and beneficial by providing unique opportunities that the typical traveler would not ordinarily experience. By offering opportunities that achieve sustainability, we empower local communities to benefit from travel.
travel2change aspires to connect travelers with locals who provide unique undertakings that directly give back to Hawaiian culture and nature. travel2change activities are hands-on, off the beaten path and authentic, and include for example cultural walking tours, adaptive swimming and surfing, stream restorations, beach cleanups combined with yoga sessions, or tree planting with hikes.
Our events are the sweet spot between volunteering and something fun.