Highland Community College

Highland Community College Theatre Department

Mission Statement

As an integral academic component of the Visual and Performing Arts Department, the Theater Department's mission is to investigate the art of theatre and performance, its practice, history, and meaning within an educational program that prepares students to contribute as artists, educators, audience, and supporters of the arts.

Our program is designed to help create the complete theatre student. We hope that after two years of study, each student will have gained experience in performance, construction, and design. All productions are designed and built by students under the supervision of the theatre director. Whether or not you have ever used a hammer, threaded a needle, or delivered a monologue on stage, we challenge you to explore and experience each of these opportunities to help discover your hidden talents and interests.

We have many exciting opportunities for students and we offer scholarships to assist students in pursuing their educational goals. We look forward to helping you pursue your dreams.

HCC Theatre Department Brochure (PDF)


Tentative Schedule for 2016-2017 Year


Fall Vocal Concert - October 20 & 22

Fall Play - November 3 - 5 - "Anatomy of Gray"

Holiday Concert - December 1 & 3

Musical - March 9 - 11 - "A night of Broadway"

Children's Show - April 19 - 21

Art Day - April 27

Spring Concert - April 27 & 29


Past Performances

Click the poster to view photos from the performance

A Night of Broadway Revue – Spring 2017

Anatomy of Gray – Fall 2016

Anatomy of Gray - Act II photos


Furry Tails – Spring 2016

 


Little Shop of Horrors – Spring 2016

 


Leaving Iowa - Fall 2015

 


The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged – Summer 2015

 


The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – Spring 2015

 


Aesop’s Fables – Spring 2015

 


The Dining Room – Fall 2014

 


Little Women – Spring 2014

 


Story Theatre – Spring 2014

 


Lonestar and Laundry & Bourbon – Fall 2013
 

For additional information contact HCC's Theatre Director Sam Smith at 785-442-6089 or smsmith@highlandcc.edu.

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