Daniel A. Kelin II, the director of drama education for the Honolulu Theatre for Youth, is using grant money to work with Marshallese in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

His latest work will focus on collaborating with local young artists to interview multi-generational Marshall Islanders about the personal and communal effects of climate change.

Daniel A. Kelin II has served as HTY Director of Drama Education since 1987.

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