Dominic Cooke’s adaptation of these magical tales was first seen in London at the Young Vic in 1998. Based on One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of folk tales from the Middle East, Asia, and Europe, Arabian Nights is rich with suspense, romance and hilarity – stories irresistible for all ages, At its heart is … More Arabian Night’s Review
Students $7 Adults $8 Or Donate a children’s book and get $1 off your ticket!!! The HHS Seniors of the AVID program are collecting children’s books for the Books for Kids at Next Door foundation. The organization needs the following books: – Infant/toddler board books – Preschool picture/read to me type books (Dr. Suess, Eric … More HHS 2015 Spring Play!
This year has be a year of firsts for the HHS theatre department and it’s quite exciting. This past fall I didn’t design the set for our two fall shows. For the past 4 years I come to the first rehearsal with a set design, I spend hours at home editing music and sound effects … More Student Designers
The original, authentic text of the Arabian Nights (aka Alf Layla wa-Layla, or the Tales of a Thousand and One Nights, or just the Nights) is a mythical beast. There are far more than a thousand and one nights, for the thirty-four-and-a-half stories in the fourteenth or fifteenth century “core” body of the Nights were … More The magic of the Arabian Nights