The Wizard of Oz - Grand Rapids







Performances:  January 13 - 21, 2017

Featuring a large cast of singers and dancers with many roles for females ages 10 and up and males ages 12 and up, HPA’s production of The Wizard of Oz will showcase dazzling choreography, bright, powerful vocals and stunning special effects in this extraordinary adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s classic novel. Embark on the journey with Dorothy and Toto as they travel over the rainbow, down the yellow brick road, and beyond imagination to the land of Oz, meeting extraordinary friends in unexpected places along the way. The timeless wonder of The Wizard of Oz serves to remind us all that there is, truly, no place like home!

Performances:  March 31 - April 8, 2017

Annie Get Your Gun, Irving Berlin’s classic musical, features gunfights and glamour--old west style! Annie Oakley, a backwoods gal with a sure shot and quick wit, challenges dashing marksman Frank Butler, the star of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West traveling show. Sparks fly faster than bullets, but the competition ricochets romance. Presenting great songs like: “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Anything You Can Do,” and “I Got The Sun In The Morning.” Featuring Cowboys, Indians, and a large chorus of old-west style performers, actors will be ages 13 and up, with very limited roles for 10-12 year olds. This musical is sure to hit the bull’s eye!

Performances:  April 28 - May 6, 2017

Disney’s Mary Poppins is practically perfect in every way! Delightfully full of song, dance and trusty umbrella, Mary Poppins and her sooty sidekick, Bert, transform the unhappy world of a banker’s two children, Jane and Michael, into a magical fantasyland. Full of chimney sweeps, statues that come to life and toys that think for themselves, this wondrous award winning musical will soar to the highest height. It will require large, energetic cast of actors 13 and older.  There are also very limited roles for 11-12 year old females, and 9-12 year old males.

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HPA is a 501(c)(3) organization with the purpose of establishing a community of homeschool families in which students and parents work together to produce music, drama, and musical theatre productions that glorify and honor the Lord. Our mission is for students to experience spiritual growth, personal growth including the areas of commitment, responsibility, self-confidence, composure, interpersonal communication, social understanding, conflict resolution and work ethic, as well as artistic growth in their performing abilities, including public speaking, singing, dancing, and acting.