The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

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What can I do with a theatre major?

While it is true that a relatively small percentage of individuals who study theatre actually make a career out of it, the benefits of a theatre education are immeasurable. The [...]

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Recent main stage productions

Tartuffe by Moliere, spring 2014 Amahl and the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti, Thanksgiving 2013 12 Angry Jurors by by Reginald Rose, adapted by Sherman Sergel, fall 2013 – [...]

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Mariann Martin Award

The Mariann Martin Award is given every year as a tribute to her dedication and love of theatre at Hesston College. Martin taught at Hesston from 1987 to 1991 and [...]

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Performance opportunities

Students have ample opportunities to perform on stage or help behind the scenes at Hesston College. The theatre department produces four shows each school year in addition to several other [...]

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Theatre FAQ

Do I have to be a theatre major to perform or participate in Hesston’s productions? No! We encourage all students to participate in productions at Hesston. College is a wonderful [...]

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Theatre Scholarships

Study theatre at Hesston College! Students who want to study theatre as a significant part of their college experience are eligible to audition for a Hesston College Theatre Scholarship. Theatre [...]

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Theatre

Department Mission We believe that creativity and talent should be nurtured by positive and driven faculty and staff who recognize the potential in every individual. We believe that students should [...]

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Theatre department to present Tony Award-winning musical

The Hesston College theatre department will present the Tony Award-winning musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 and 19 and Feb. 25 and 26 [...]

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New Hesston College theatre director starts strong

by Rachel Schlegel Laura Kraybill may be new to Kansas and new to Hesston College, but she is no stranger to the complexities of the stage. Kraybill arrived in Hesston [...]

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