Since March 3, the Honolulu Museum of Art Doris Duke Theatre has offered free admission for visitors age 17 and under to all film and music programs, with the exception of film opening and closing nights, and rental events.
The move brings the theater in line with the museum’s mission to make the institution accessible to everyone. In July 2013, the museum reduced admission to the museum from $5 to free for guests age 17 and under.
“We want to make the theater more accessible to younger patrons and families,” says theater manager Taylour Chang. “And now cash-strapped students have the opportunity to experience our unique film and music programs.”