Hope College News

2018 Jul

  1. Hope College Knickerbocker Theatre Announces Free Family Film Series

    The Hope College Knickerbocker Free Family Film Series will return with four films running on Thursdays, from July 26 to August 16, at 7:30 p.m. This year the series features four blockbusters from the late 1970s.

    Hope College Knickerbocker Theatre Announces Free Family Film Series
  2. Cecchetti Summer School to Present Performances on July 21

    For a 24th year, young dancers are spending two weeks at Hope College advancing their artistic talent through the International Summer School of the Cecchetti Council of America.

    Cecchetti Summer School to Present Performances on July 21
  3. HSRT Launches Sensory-Friendly Initiative for Patrons with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities

    As part of its 47th season, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRT) has launched a sensory-friendly initiative to directly increase accessibility for patrons with autism and other developmental disabilities. Since the opening of the world-premiere musical “Dragon Pack Snack Attack” on June 13, the Holland-based theatre has been offering tools and materials to assist patrons of all abilities with enjoying a welcoming, safe, and comfortable theatre experience.

    HSRT Launches Sensory-Friendly Initiative for Patrons with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities

2018 Jun

  1. Hope Summer Repertory Theatre Receives Five Oscar Wilde Award Nominations

    Hope Summer Repertory Theatre has received a total of five EncoreMichigan 2018 Oscar Wilde Award nominations for its productions of “Schoolhouse Rock Live!” and “A View from the Bridge,” which HSRT staged in 2017 as part of the company’s 46th season.

    Hope Summer Repertory Theatre Receives Five Oscar Wilde Award Nominations
  2. Hope College Hosts Organists

    Downbeat

    The 2018 Jazz Organ Summit, the brainchild of music faculty Brian Coyle and Tony Monaco, took place in March and featured several high-profile clinicians and performers.

    Hope College Hosts Organists
  3. Five Things Theatre Students Learn from a Devised Work

    Onstage Blog

    Students should seize the opportunity to work on a devised work, says Michelle Bombe, professor of theatre. “I’ve seen our students flourish and grow because of their experience with this type of theatre making,” she explains.

    Five Things Theatre Students Learn from a Devised Work
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