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Spring 2020 - Cancelled Events


'Richard II' - Cancelled

by William Shakespeare

Believing himself to be divinely anointed, Richard II acts capriciously, abuses his power and leads England into a ruinously expensive foreign war.  What makes Shakespeare's history play so fascinating is the journey of its protagonist: ultimately stripped of his crown, title and dignity, this arrogant and self-absorbed man confronts his own humanity and comes to terms with the true nature of power.  Edward Isser directs one of Shakespeare's subtlest and most surprising masterpieces.

Box Office: 508-793-2496
$15 General Admission / $10 HC Community
For pricing on tickets for groups of 10 or more call Joan Townsend at 508-793-3490


'Bare: A Pop Opera' - Cancelled

Book by Jon Hartmere and Damon Intrabartolo
Music by Damon Intrabartolto
Lyrics by John Hartmere

'Bare' focuses on a group of high school students rehearsing a production of 'Romeo and Juliet' at a co-ed Catholic boarding school.  In the course of working on Shakespeare's classic romantic text, they explore their own sexuality, as well as body image, religion and teen pregnancy.  An Alternate College Theatre production directed by Brandon Brito '20.

No admission charge.
Reservations recommended:  (508) 793-3536


Dance Concert - Cancelled

Last year for the first time, our always eagerly anticipated annual dance concert took on a theme: all the pieces were choroegraphed to songs from The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.  We're excited to see what shape the concert takes this year as our four dance instructors - Jimena Bermejo, Kaela Lee, Audra Carabetta and Jaclyn Waguepack - bring together the students from all of their classes.

Gamelan Gita Sari - Cancelled

A glorious melding of Balinese gamelan music and Balinese dance, under the supervision of our Balinese performing arts instructor, I Nyoman Catra. 

No admission charge.

One Act Festival - Cancelled

Student directors are given the opportunity to showcase their work in the round-robin presentation of a series of fully-produced short plays featuring student actors. The One-Act Festival highlights the talents of up and coming young artists on campus.

No admission charge.

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