Your Leeward Theatre is looking for volunteer ushers
About "Merry Men"
To kick off 2016, Your Leeward Theatre is showing Merry Men, a family friendly comedy about a rogue maiden-turned-bandit and her ladies in waiting.
This is the Robin Hood story like you’ve never seen before. When Maid Marian is told she has to marry the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, she and her ladies in waiting hatch a scheme to keep the Sheriff ‘s matrimonial plans at bay. To keep the Sheriff’s mind off of marriage, Marian and her friends sneak out and pretend to be bandits. Pretty soon things get out of hand, with the Sheriff hatching crazy schemes to catch the bandit’s leader “Robin Hood,” and Marian having to lead a double life as both Robin and Marian. It’s a wacky mixed-up comedy featuring mistaken identity, music, sword fights, and poorly trained attack ferrets.
See the Show for FREE!!
January 29, 30 & February 5, 6 at 7:00pm. Box office opens at 6:00pm.
Matinee performances on January 31 & February 7 at 2:00pm. Box office opens at 1:00pm.
Where are we meeting?
Right here in the lobby of our theatre's main stage at 96-045 Ala 'Ike in Pearl City!
When are we meeting?
Ushers should report to the theatre an hour before the show, so 6:00pm on Fridays/Saturdays and between 1:00pm on Sundays!
Who to Contact?
Just email the theatre (LTheatre@hawaii.edu) or call (808) 455-0380 and let us know what dates and times you'd be interested in ushering.
Why Should You Be an Usher?
For the GLORY!!
Seriously though, ushering is a great way to get involved with your local theatre and contribute to our work providing wonderful shows for you and your friends to enjoy. We hope you get the chance to join us!
The Leeward Theatre was built in 1974 as a gathering place for art and culture on the Leeward Community College campus, serving the greater Leeward O`ahu area.
The mission of The Leeward Theatre is to facilitate cultural dialogue by presenting and developing the work of local, national and international artists and sponsoring outreach education and performances.
The Leeward Theatre advocates for the cultural sustainability of its community with a special commitment to local artists and Native Hawaiian culture.