Broadway World & HHCA
HHCA's theater department is well-recognized for its outstanding productions and exceptional talent. Recent awards include:
- Broadway World South Carolina | Best Musical (Non-Professional): The Little Mermaid (2019); Sound of Music (2018)
- Broadway World South Carolina | Best Actress: Jacey Robinson (Class of 2019)
- Broadway World South Carolina | Best Supporting Actress: Samantha Norton (Class of 2018)
- SCISA One Act competitions: First Place (2018); Second Place (2020)
HHCA on Stage
HHCA's award-winning theater department is dedicated to creating a collaborative learning environment with an exceptional education in the dramatic arts for all students, beginning in Lower School.
K-12 students have opportunities to participate in main stage productions, theater course offerings, and other performances throughout the year, all of which are designed to elicit creative self-expression, critical thinking, confidence, and artistry. Within the Fine Arts department, and under the direction of extraordinary Fine Arts educators, Theater students hone their skills and showcase their God-given talent as performers, directors, designers, musicians, stage technicians and more.
Superior Shows, Exceptional Talent
HHCA is committed to producing superior shows that delight and entertain audiences at every age. Most recently, HHCA Theater delivered another outstanding production with the debut of The Wizard of Oz at Seahawk Cultural Center on Hilton Head Island. This large-scale production featured nearly 100 students in the cast and crew, 120 costumes, and a 20-piece live orchestra.
In recent years, HHCA has brought to stage shows such as White Christmas, The Sound of Music, The Little Mermaid, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Jungle Book KIDS and more.
Theater productions planned for the 2022-2023 school year include Elf The Musical JR. (K-8th grade) comes to the stage November 2-5, 2022, and All Shook Up (US Theater Class) will run March 23-25, 2023.
Upper School students will participate in SCISA's One Act in Fall 2022.