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Friday, July 22, 2005



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Females sought with a few Loose Screws

Loose Screws, Hawaii's longest-running improvisational theater group, is seeking female improvisers for a September performance at Girlfest.

Auditions will be held at Honolulu Theatre for Youth, 2846 Ualena St., from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Loose Screws has been invited to open for Chicago's all-female improv group Bevy. Currently Loose Screws has five local female improvisers lined up but would like to increase that number.

No improvisation experience is required. Auditioners should be prepared to move and to stay for the entire audition session. There is no pay involved in these positions.

For more information, call R. Kevin Doyle at 523-1004.

Test your ability to leap tall buildings

Superheroes in training are welcome to an empowering one-day seminar dubbed "Super Hero Clinic 101," taking place 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii Charles Spalding Clubhouse, 1704 Waiola St. (behind Washington Middle School).

Guests will teach kids a variety of strength, skill, magic and brain-power techniques. They include actor and physical fitness trainer Kalai Miller, Kaulana the Magician, University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy professor Gareth Wynn-Williams and the pentathlon team from the Koko Head Crater Equestrian Center. There will special presentations by the Hawaii Championship Wrestling Team as well, featuring strongmen JT Wolfen, Kaimana, "Rock Star" Ricky Thunder and Nightmare.

The event coincides with the July 29 opening of the Walt Disney film "Sky High," about a high school for teens with superpowers.

Revolution Books looks forward

Revolution Books is hosting a discussion on "Re-envisioning the Future -- and Acting on It Today" at 3 p.m. Sunday.

A short introduction by Carolyn Hadfield will precede the discussion about what a better world and better future would look like, and the steps involved in getting there.

Revolution Books is at 2626 S. King St., between Puck's Alley and 7-Eleven. Admission is free. For more information, call 944-3106.

Event offers a leg up on your family tree

A genealogy open house, "Connecting with Ancestors," will take place 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 30 at the Kaneohe Family History Center, 46-117 Halaulani St.

There will be displays and refreshments.

The center offers classes on such topics as basic genealogy, using the Family History Library effectively, making sense of the U.S. Census, searching the Internet, keeping a journal, planning reunions and more, with a concentration on Hawaiian, Filipino, Japanese and Portuguese genealogy.

Admission is free. Call 382-3129 for more information.




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