PACK's amazing team of volunteers are committed to working with the children and young adults of the community. Think you would be a good fit? Contact PACK!
PACK started in 2006 as a small after school program. Since then PACK has become a non-profit 501(c)3. PACK produces up to 4 shows a years with the youth of Hawai'i.
The Performing Arts Center of Kapolei (PACK) is an after-school theatre program for students of all ages. PACK started as the Kapolei Complex Drama Club in 1999. In 2004, Meagan Olson and Rachelle Amparo joined forces and the club was combined with Kapolei High School then renamed to create a program that would serve the entire community, island wide. PACK is an organization funded through production fees, ticket sales, and outside contributions. Come and visit PACK at Kapolei High School; you will be pleasantly surprised by what you find.
PACK is firmly committed to providing equality of opportunity and an environment that fosters respect for all students and patrons regardless of race, color, religion, veteran status, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy status, sex, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, mental or physical disability, medical condition, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected by law. PACK's objective is to ensure that individuals are treated in a fair and non-discriminatory manner throughout any participation in PACK activities.
To transform students into respectful, resilient and responsible adults with a love of the arts.
To educate, challenge, enrich and inspire young people and the community by creating extraordinary theater.
• Theatre has the power to inspire, transform, and heal.
• Experiencing theatre is essential for children to thrive.
• There is a responsibility to nurture, honor, and respect the imagination of artists and audiences.
• Creating a working environment that encourages collaboration and creativity enables artists and staff to be fully self-expressive.