‘Winter Wonderland’ comes to Kahilu Theatre

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The Prince Dance Company presents “Winter Wonderland: Holidays Celebrations from Around the World” at Waimea’s Kahilu Theatre on Dec. 11 at 4 p.m.

The holiday show features performances by Prince Dance Institute (PDI) students, directed by Angel Prince.

“Winter Wonderland” is a spirited and jolly theatrical dance performance that will get the entire family into the spirit of the holidays. Performing as swirling snowflakes, radiating stars, and other luminous and wonderous aspects of the season of celebration, PDI’s youngest and brightest performers—ages five to 16—dance, swing, and sing their way through an hour-long showcase of ballet, hip-hop, trapeze, contemporary dance, and much more.

“In celebration of being back together for the holidays, we are thrilled to put our youngest and sweetest students on stage in a professional production at the Kahilu Theatre,” said Prince Dance Company Founder and Director Angel Prince. “Watching students get into the holiday spirit is a fantastic gift after so many years without in-person performances and stage opportunities for the students. We welcome everyone to come and celebrate these rising stars and embrace the holidays with us.”


Doors open at 3 p.m. for the “Winter Wonderland” performance.

Tickets for “Winter Wonderland” are $47 / $35 / $23. They are available for purchase online at and, or by calling the Kahilu Theatre Box Office at 808-885-6868, or in person at the Kahilu Theatre Box Office at 67-1186 Lindsey Road in Waimea Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m., and during events.


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