One of the most amazing things about Hood College Theatre is that any Hood student can create, produce, and direct their own productions!
There are many ways for this to happen. Here are a few possibilities:
- Get involved with Hood Improv Troupe (Hit!)
- Join The Rude Globe – Hood’s student theatre troupe
HCT and The Rude Globe produce student directed productions every Spring!
Dream something up and convince HCT to support!
Several years ago, for her senior project, alumnae Mal Lamont produced and directed The Actor’s Nightmare by Christopher Durang and directed Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, by Charles Busch; Courtney McLaughlin wrote, produced and directed her one-act play Lost in Paradise.
And it was Hood students who made all of our independent groups a reality: Amanda Roberts created the Hood Improv Troupe; Abby Tolliver, Amber George and Courtney Lapsley founded The Rude Globe; and Billy Lewis and Ashley Birdsell founded Hood College Student Musical Theatre.
What kind of a group do YOU want to start?
If you are interested in creating or being a part of a student production, don’t wait! Email Joe now! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is all about you and what you want to become!