The Fisherman and His Wife
The Fisherman and His Wife, a charming new musical written by and starring Kathy Collins, is set in Hawaii and adapted from the Brothers Grimm tale. With original Hawaiian music played live, this 40-minute show performed in your school will delight students and teachers alike. With opportunities for lots of audience participation, your students become the storytellers! This tour will sell out!
Appropriate for pre-school through Grade 5.
See some clips from this amazing show!
We’d love your feedback!
$4 Per Student
($200 flat fee for fewer than 50 students.)
3, 9, 16, 17, 30
1, 7, 8, 14, 15
11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
This event is made possible with support from the Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawai’i.
Reservation Form for Maui Schools
Or if you prefer, please download, fill and return The Fisherman and His Wife- Reservation Form to MAPA.
Mail to: 2050 Main St. Suite 3G, Wailuku, HI 96793
Or Call: Hoku Pavao Jones, 808-244-8760 x226
Did you see the show? What did you think? Tell us in the evaluation form for classroom teachers!
Hoku Pavao Jones (Director) is a graduate of Baldwin High School and the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York City. Since returning to Maui to perform in MAPA’s Educational Theatre tour show, We Call Dem Slippahs, Hoku has been seen in a variety of roles (including Gigi in Miss Saigon and Jovie in Elf). In recent years, Hoku has branched out and begun to develop her directing skills as well. For the last 5 years, she has served as MAPA’s Front Office Administrator & Academy Registrar. Recently Hoku has taken on a new and important role in the organization as MAPA’s Assistant Artistic Director.
Kathy Collins (Playwright & Actor) is an actress, storyteller, comedienne, emcee, radio & TV host, Maui News columnist and freelance writer. She is eternally grateful to Sue Ann Loudon and the Baldwin High Theatre Guild for putting the greasepaint in her blood, over 40 years ago, while presenting The Wizard of Oz for hundreds of Maui schoolchildren. Her pidgin-speaking alter ego “Tita” performs throughout the state and the mainland, sharing Hawaiian legends and the spirit of Aloha. Kathy is delighted to be part of MAPA’s educational tour of The Fisherman and his Wife.
Kahala Greig (Composer, Musical Director & Mele Man) has been playing Hawaiian music for over 40 years. In the fourth grade he won a public service announcement contest on the KMVI radio station with two of his classmates. They recorded an anti-smoking jingle that was played over the radio and from then on he was hooked on music! Performing Hawaiian music has taken him to all the major Hawaiian islands as well as California and the east coast. In his spare time he teaches music to the Lahainaluna Hawaiiana Club and Boarder’s Chorus to help them prepare for their yearly David Malo Day Ho’olaule’a.
Francis Taua (Actor) has been a drama teacher, director, writer, and touring actor with MAPA off and on since 1989. He has been part of the directing team of MAPA’s children’s summer theatre productions such as The Hobbit, The Wiz, Aladdin, Honk, and Narnia. He worked for the Utah Shakespearean Festival for 4 seasons, writing original material for The Greenshow, The Royal Feast and several Company Original Works Competitions which won him a “Bard” award in 1999 while attending Southern Utah University studying Directing and Musical Theatre. This year he participated in the Maui Fringe Festival with an Original work entitled Dream. Since returning home to Hawaii he has performed in South Pacific, Evita, Rent, The Miracle Worker, Inherit the Wind, Man of La Mancha, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Elephant Man as well as co-writing and starring in the widely popular Lesser Ahi and Fresher Ahi.
Brett Marynn Wulfson (Actor) is stoked to be working with MAPA again, previously being assistant to the director for Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids. Creative Director/Head Photographer for the Wulf Pack Creative Team, she also is educational assistant/teacher at Maui OnStage and a counselor at Camp CenterStage’s youth arts camps. Youth productions she has assisted on Maui: Seussical, Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, Peter Pan, Alice In Wonderland, and The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf.
Kathy Collins rehearsing the Ulua Song in The Fisherman And His Wife.
Rehearsal and behind-the-scenes photos.