Upcoming Shows

Marvel

A pilot production of two new Marvel one-act plays: Peter Parker & the Boy Who Flew by Leah Nanako Winkler and Mirror of Most Value by Masi Asare. Performed by the Productions Company in the HHS Auditorium, these two new plays are being developed by Disney and Marvel, and Hillcrest has been chosen to produce these pilot productions. These new one-act plays use characters from the Marvel universe to address timely and important issues for modern-day teenagers.

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42nd Street

The Hillcrest Performing Arts Department presents their annual musical: probably the largest of its kind in the country. This year's show will be 42nd Street the classic Broadway musical. Telling the story of Peggy Sawyer as she is plucked from her first job in the Broadway chorus to become a star, this show is full of dancing and show business favorites. Book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble. Music by Harry Warren. Lyrics by Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer.

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Merrily We Roll Along

The Hillcrest Productions Company will perform Kaufman & Hart's classic play Merrily We Roll Along in the HHS Little Theatre. In what will probably be the farewell production in the Little Theatre, this story is told backwards through time as the audience meets 3 old friends whose relationships and dreams have been destroyed, and then are taken backwards to see how it all happened.

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Richard II

1st Place champions at the USF/SUU National High School Shakepeare Competition, Hillcrest students will present a new adaptation of Shakespeare's great history play Richard II. Auditions will be open to the entire school, and this promises to be an unforgettable and truly unique presentation.

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A Chorus Line

The Productions COmpany will finish off the year performing the new high school edition of what some consider to be the greatest Broadway musical ever written: A Chorus Line. Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Ed Kleban. Book by Nicholas Dante and James Kirkwood Jr based on interviews with Broadway chorus dancers from the 1970s.

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