94-404 Uke'e St. Suite A, Waipahu, HI 96797
(Located behind Costco in Waipio)

(808) 671-0350
pasdedeuxhawaii@gmail.com

Monday-Friday, 5pm-8pm
Saturday-Sunday, 9am-5pm





Studio Co-Owner
Theatre Director

Email: pddtheatre@gmail.com

Jeremy Gilbert can't begin to explain how proud he is of his wife for creating "Pas De Deux". She is the heart and soul of this dream come true and none of it would be possible without her dedication to the children whose lives she hopes to enhance through dance, voice, and performing. Jeremy will be participating in the theatrical aspects of Pas De Deux, and construction.

He grew up in Hampton, NH with his Mother, Father, brother, and 3 sisters. In high school he was the captain of the football team, in choir, and played Ebeneezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" and Kenickie in "Grease". Jeremy went to prep school in Pittsfield Maine to find out which College to play football for. He landed at the division IAA football program at Wagner College and majored in Musical Theater. At Wagner Jeremy played Richard in the original Musical "Benches", Tito Mirreli in the Noel Coward comedy "Lend Me A Tenor", Pontius Pilate in "Jesus Christ Superstar,' and Joe Hardy in "Damn Yankees".

After College he performed regionally in "Crazy For You" as Lank Hawkins, "Grease" as Danny Zuko, Curly In "Oklahoma", and Fyodor Ivanovich in the Chekhov classic "The Wood Demon", and played Peter in the national tour of "Superfudge" for Theatreworks USA. After a few years in NYC he decided to head west to Los Angeles. To save money he hit the road with "The Avril Lavigne Mall Tour" as the MC to save up money for the trip west. In Los Angeles he booked a National Commercial with Wachovia Bank. Then met Wendy, his now wife, and she asked him to move to New Orleans and the rest is history. Jeremy's ultimate goal is to simply partake in the enrichment of your children's lives through the arts.

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