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a new children’s musical adapted from the book by Joel Schoon-Tanis and Jeff Grooters

written and directed by Hope College Theatre Student
Erik Durham

March 8, 9 at 7:00pm in DeWitt Studio Theatre
Matinee performance March 9 at 3pm

"Dragon Pack Snack Attack is the journey that takes place when five dragons decide they are tired of their typical lifestyle of wreaking havoc on the medieval land around them. Through this musical adaption of the children's book of the same name, the five dragons overcome a lot of adversities in route to discovering the thing they have been longing for their whole lives: BURGERS! Musical numbers include, but are not limited to, "Hungry for Something More," "I Wanna Have Fun," "This Is Me," "Money Is Everything," "Brotherhood," and of course, "Dragon Pack Snack Attack." Don't miss this wonderful, innovative production!"


This new work will recieve its premier in the form of a 490 production this Spring, directed by Durham himself, with lighting designed by fellow student Aaron Haecker.

Auditions for Dragon Pack Snack Attack will take place on January 7 along with auditions for the Spring Mainstage productions with the potential for singing callbacks.




21.5 -Lydia Blickley and Skye Edwards in Concert
March 27th, 2013 8pm Knickerbocker Theater

An evening of song and dance performed by two of Hope College's promising talents. After adventures abroad and hours of study, this production is a capstone for two decorated careers on the stages of Hope College. Both Lydia and Skye dance, sing, act, choreograph, write, and direct. After four years of instruction from mentors at Hope and around the world, Lydia and Skye will display what they've learned in this penultimate Holland performance. Tickets are $4 and emotional journeys are complimentary. Catch them in this farewell performance. You'll want to be able to say, "I saw them when..."