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Baldwin Theatre Guild to Hold 50-Year Reunion Celebration

May 21, 2015, 1:26 PM HST
* Updated May 21, 1:27 PM
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Baldwin Theatre Group. Facebook image.

Baldwin Theatre Group. Facebook image.

By Maui Now Staff

Baldwin Theatre Guild will hold its four-day, 50th anniversary reunion celebration from July 30 to Aug. 2 2015.

The planning committee is making an effort to contact former Baldwin theater students to inform them about activities planned for the reunion (see “Schedule of Events” below).

Past productions since 1964 are being cataloged. A BTG history presentation will include memorabilia to be displayed at the Welcome Reception. Anyone with archive photos, posters, T-shirts, thoughts and memories are encouraged to submit them.

Past Baldwin Drama Club members include Jerry Eiting, Eric and Amy (Hanaialiʻi) Gilliom, Lia Krieg, Francis Tauʻa and Kalani Whitford.

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Former students living elsewhere are performing nationally, internationally, on Broadway, on TV, in movies and behind the scenes.

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All events are open to the public.

Registration and ticketing information is available on the event website.

For information on volunteering and funding support, contact Reunion Organizers Luana Whitford-Mitchell (Class of 1986) and Linda Carnevale (Class of 1978) or the current drama club advisor by email.

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Schedule of Events

Thursday, July 30
Welcome Reception in the Drama Room, to include a tour of the Baldwin campus.

Friday, July 31
50th Anniversary Party (location TBA)

Saturday, Aug. 1
Family Beach Day at Kamaole III Beach Park

Saturday, Aug. 1
“A Celebration of 50 Years of Theatre” at the HP Baldwin Auditorium, a fundraiser featuring former students and past performers.

Sunday, Aug. 2
Farewell Brunch (Location TBA)

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