Spring 2018  HCC Theatre Season

Student Workshop
February 15th – 2p – 5p, Studio Theater
Writing and Performing the One Woman Show and the State of the Business by Karen Sklaire

Ripple of Hope, One Teacher’s Journey to Make an Impact
Written and Performed by Karen Sklaire
February 16th – 7:30p, Mainstage Theater
A young idealist from Connecticut, inspired by teacher-as-hero movies, begins her career teaching drama in the South Bronx. In this autobiographical solo show, Karen navigates her way through the troubled NYC school system as she struggles to engage her challenging students with everything from ‘gangsta’ improvs to a rap version of ‘Annie’. Her dedication to her students and her desire to make a difference impels her to find a way to please an ever-changing administration in order to keep her job. She will soon realize that in a world of budget cuts, rubber rooms, and the common core the question is not “what’s wrong with me?” but, rather, “what’s wrong with this system”?

HCC, 50 years in the making!
Presented by the Theatre, Music and Dance Departments
April 5th – 8th
Thursday – Saturday, 7:30p, Mainstage Theater
Saturday 3p, Mainstage Theater

Admission Information
Mainstage and Studio Theatre performances are FREE FOR ALL HCC STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND MILITARY - RESERVE TICKETS HERE
General Admission tickets are $10 and may be purchased with a credit card here.
Tickets available at the box office. Box office opens at 6:00 pm. Cash only at the Box Office

TICKETS CAN ONLY BE PICKED UP AT THE BOX OFFICE ONE HOUR BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE.
FREE TICKETS NOT PICKED UP 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO SHOWTIME WILL BE RELEASED.

For more information, contact Suzy DeVore sdevore@hccfl.edu or call  813-253-7682