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Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company

Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company was founded in 2004 as a community-focused, socially-conscious, Equity theater company. Since our very inception, we made a commitment to represent diverse voices on stage, pay local San Diego actors Equity wages, health and pension, and focus on serving our community.

While it may sound strange, the name was carefully chosen by the founders to reflect the company's mission and objectives. Mo`olelo is the Hawaiian word for story, legend, tale or narrative. At Mo`olelo, telling good stories is what we strive to do, recognizing the power of personal narrative to affect change in society. In addition, the co-founders were raised in Hawaii, and wanted to reflect the theatre company's value for multiculturalism in the arts by selecting this Hawaiian word. So that's why Mo`olelo. Funny word, good theatre.

The 10th Avenue Theatre
930 10th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

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Call: (619) 342-7395
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