HPA's 2014-2015 Season
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the irresistible musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice channel a world of musical styles - from calypso to western to the charleston and back to broadway as they retell the biblical story of Joseph, his brothers, and (of course) the coat of many colors. This humorous and explosive show emerges into vibrant life through unforgettable musical numbers including Those Canaan Days, Go, Go, Go Joseph, and Close Every Door.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, a captivating musical rendition of a traditional French fairy tale, is set in a small village and follows a young girl in her quest to discover a world of which she’s only read and dreamt. As the story unfolds, dreams come to life and she is faced with the realities of choices and their consequences. The show brings enchanting characters, familiar melodies, and exciting choreography to the stage.
HPA Kids Presents
Lansing Performances: November 15, 3pm & 6pm
Kalamazoo Performances: November 22, 3pm & 6pm
Grand Rapids Performances: March 21, 3pm & 6pm
In Disney’s The Aristocats Kids, Madame's jealous butler
cat-naps Duchess and her Aristokittens and abandons them; but, the Alley cats come to the rescue! This feline tale is a fast-paced adventure with memorable characters and jazzy songs.
Grand Rapids Performances: November 21, 6pm & 8pm
Lansing Performances: March 14, 3pm & 6pm Kzoo Performances: March 24, 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Once Upon A Parable captures the truth and humor of the parables with their double meanings and surprise endings. Parable has lots of opportunity for individual lines and solos, and combines great songs with witty scenes to share God’s truth!
Tickets for HPA Kids performances may be purchased for $2 each at the door.
Grand Rapids Performances are at Caledonia High School Fine Arts Center.
Kalamazoo performances are at Comstock Community Auditorium.
Lansing Performances are at Holt Jr. High School.
HPA's Completed 2014-2015 Season Productions
The Music Man brings trouble to River City as con man Harold Hill convinces the people of their need for a boys band. Townsfolk are eating out of the palm of his hand until love catches him off guard and he learns the value of something more important than money.
This contemporary setting of A Little Princess captures the eerie mysteriousness of The Secret Garden and the endearing hope of Annie. When her father enlists to fight for the British in WWI, Sara Crewe goes to live at a boarding school. She soon clashes with the severe head mistress, Miss Minchin, who attempts to crush Sara’s sense of self-worth and creativity. Sara’s belief that “every girl is a princess” is tested to the limit, however, when word comes that her father was killed in action.