Dance at Alexander Academy of Performing Arts AAPA  870 Hali'imaile road, Maui Hawai'i 808-878-8970

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2018 Donors

Bev Gannon Restaurants

Expeditions

Fairmont Kea Lani
Four Seasons Resort

Grand Wailea
Haliimaile Distilling Co.
Hui No’eau visual arts center

JD Pacific

Makai Glass
Maui Arts and Cultural Center

Maui Divers of Hawaii

Maui Ocean Center

Maui Printing

Mermaid Adventures

Milagros

Monkey Pod
Nalu Kai Lodge

Old Lahaina Luau
Paia Inn

Pro Divers

Trilogy

Warren and Annabel’s Magic Show

2018 Season Sponsors


Lumiere $5000 +  

     Erdman Family   

Producer $1,000-$4999   

     Nathan and Tia St. Cyr  

Director $500- $999  

     Dori and Brian Smith  

     Intense Motorsports Maui Inc  

Choreographer $250-$499  

     Czar Family  

     Diane and Jon Claerbout 

Patron $100-$249  

     Adaptations Dance Theater  

     Animal Care Hospital  

     Manaloha Rent a Car Inc.   

     Megan and Doug Wright  

Friend $20-$99 

     Chelsea Fine 

     Kelii Nahooikaika 

     Cynthia Babson 

Alexander Academy is proud to present a full-length show each year that features our dancers of all ages and abilities. We strive to provide our students with a professional, high-quality production, one that honors their dedication and achievements in their dance training.

 

To make this show possible, we rely on monetary and in-kind donations from individuals and businesses in our midst. Please consider supporting this year's production of Cinderella; your kokua will help facilitate a meaningful, enriching experience for all our dancers onstage!

 

We would appreciate your sponsorship to our non profit supporting this year's production of Cinderella.   

See below our perks chart for sponsoring Alexander Academy.

 

Please see our fundraiser's page for other ways you can support our dancing ohana.

 

Please make checks to Alexander Academy Performing Company

PO Box 1291 Kula, HI 96790

memo: Cinderella sponsorship

Please include your address, email and contact information if you would like to receive perks, t-shirt size, date of show, etc if applicable.

 

 

 

 

Tuition is charged monthly for registered students*

  • 1 dance class per week $17 per class

  • 2 dance classes per week $17 per class

  • 3 dance classes per week $16 per class

  • 4 dance classes per week $16 per class

  • 5 dance classes per week $15 per class

  • 6 dance classes per week $15 per class

  • 7 dance classes per week $14 per class

  • $400 a month maximum which does include tax for unlimited classes regardless of holidays
     

$40 Registration fee for an individual dancer, plus $5 for each additional student within a family.

Drop in Class Options:

  • $19 drop-in or single class dance class- no registration fee or fundraising fees. 

  • $11 per class for 30 min. classes

  • 5-class punch cards $90 ($18 per class)

  • 10-class  punch cards $170 ($17 per class)

  • 20-class punch cards $300 ($15 per class)

 

Discount Tuition is not given on drop-in classes or punch cards. See below for more information on class cards.

*The rates above do not include Hawaii tax 4.17%

Racheal Prince was raised in Wasaga Beach, Ontario, and received her early training at the Quinte Ballet School under the direction of Brian Scott. She attended the School of Alberta Ballet’s Pre Professional Program with Murray and Nancy Kilgour and received the prestigious Ali Pourfarrokh Scholarship. Racheal began her professional career with the Alberta Ballet Company where she danced for four years. She has performed works by William Forsythe, Crystal Pite, Itzik Galili, and Lar Lubovitch among many others. Her performance highlights include Jorma Elo’s 1st Flash, Emily Molnar’s between disappearing and becoming, and William Forsythe’s Herman Schmerman. In her spare time, Racheal enjoys working on handmade items for her online store as well as teaching and choreographing. She is excited to be in her 10th season with Ballet BC.

2018 The Little Mermaid Sponsor Program Info

All sponsors will be recognized on the Sponsor page of the show program; receive ad space to promote your business or congratulate your favorite dancer, and a donation acknowledgment letter for the tax-deductible portion of your sponsorship:

Send pdf or jpeg ads to  dance@alexanderacademy.info

Our graphic designer will make an ad for congratulating your dancer (sorry not for businesses) send photos and sentiment by email. 

Deadline is May 6th

All ads are black and white

$75-$150 - quarter page ad (2.25” X 3.5”)

$151-$499 - half page ad (4.75” X 3.5”)

$500+ - full page ad (4.75” X 7.5”)

First $500 + sponsor perk- Back page ad in full color may be available!

Sponsors who miss our program ad deadline will still be acknowledged and appreciated via our website and newsletters.

A portion of your ad is tax deductible.

1/4 page ad is $25 value, 1/2 page ad value is $40, full page ad is $65 value. You will receive a letter of acknowledgement for tax purposes.

If you wish to sponsor and not receive an ad - we are grateful for your support!

Swan Lake March 15 16

Photo by Scott Drexler

photos by Kristen Mills

Car Wash Fundraiser Saturday, April 13 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

  • Your account will be charged for 5 tickets ($25) that you may re-sell ($5 value each) or give away.

  • Additional tickets may be purchased in office. 

  • Pick up physical car wash tickets from admin staff after March 25th. You must pay for your tickets upfront in order to receive them. 

  • Top Ticket Sellers will win prizes!  

  • All classes except Pre Ballet & Elementary 1 will be cancelled on April 13th

          (Ballet 1/2, Ballet 4/5, all rehearsals cancelled) 

​Volunteer Shifts

Deliver Supplies-7:15am-7:20am-Help with set up

Shift 1-7:30am-9:45am (7:30-8:00 set up)

Shift 2-9:45am-11:45am

Shift 3-11:45am-2:00pm (1:00-2:00 clean up)

Quality Overseers needed for each shift

Water/Snacks/Supplies/Soap Donations needed

Sign Makers needed:

  • Sidewalk signs to wave

  • Sandwich board

  • Mahalo Sign

Those who volunteered to transport supplies in the morning arrive at 7:15 to unload.  Shift 1 arrives at 7:30 to receive instruction and help set up.  Everyone is assigned a job; some should keep their post throughout their shift, others can switch.  All volunteers are asked to wear an AAPA t-shirt.  We provide them if volunteers don’t have personally. Hats are also available for purchase at the studio boutique. Please remember to bring sunscreen. 

Spring Production "The Jungle Book" 

Dress Rehearsals:

May 29th-30th (afternnon-evening) 

Four Shows:

Friday May 31st 6pm

Saturday June 1st 2pm & 6pm

Sunday June 2nd 2pm

Seabury Hall's Seabury Hall's 'A'ali'ikūhonua Creative Arts Center

Production checklist:

  • Jungle Book t-shirts are for sale online only.  Order ASAP as the campaign ends soon. 

  • pre-order your congratulations 3 red rose bouquet. Supplies will be limited.  $15

  • Tickets for "The Jungle Book" on are sale now
    If you are purchasing multiple shows; purchase one show first, receive a code, then you will receive a discount for additional shows on adult tickets.   

  • Performance Packet This is what we call "the everything you need to know packet".  It must be important...

  • See the you tube tutorial links below for hair and make up demos

Help needed:

  • Jungle book poster distribution
    Please see the office for more information and to log where you are posting. Thank you for your help posting places you visit.

  • Post cards are available in the office to pass out to friends, teachers, neighbors and anyone you think are interested in attending our production.

  • Theater volunteer sign ups are on the bulletin board.   We can't do this show without class moms and front of the house help!  You make a big difference with your time and commitment.  Mahalo.

Alex "Kid Karma" Hutaff-Bautista

Teacher

Alex "Kid Karma" Hutaff-Bautista from Maui, Hawaii started growing his burning passion for Breakin' and the hip-hop culture at a young age. Aspiring to leave the islands he called home to pursue a career in dance, he joined the 808 breakers crew and moved to San Francisco. The Bay Area served as a milestone as he joined his crew on a year-long journey throughout the West Coast - competing every weekend. He now teaches full-time on the island and is ready to continue his journey.