NPAC had a wonderful weekend of activities. On Friday, we performed our first Flash Mob at the Eat the Street event in Kakaako and also did a 20 minute set. Although the dj didn't have mics or inputs for our mics, the cast did a heck of a job dancing and singing.
Then on Saturday, the NPAC performed at Ala Moana Shopping Center's Center Stage as part of the Cultural Diversity Awareness Day sponsored by Growth Properties and the African American Diversity Cultural Center Hawaii.
Then later that evening, we traveled to Mid-Pacific Institute to see their production of Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Mid-Pac was also selected to perform at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland as part of the American HIgh School Theatre Festival. We were very impressed with the performances . . . great characterization and acting. Our cast learned a lot in what they have to do to improve their performances.
The other highlight was meeting the Mid-Pac cast after the show. They were warm and friendly and we hope the start of a great relationship for the next 6 months and beyond. We look forward to seeing them at our production of Camp Rock the Musical in April.