Hutchison's award-winning fine arts program presents a variety of theater, dance, and musical productions and programs each year.
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The Internet is Distract—OH LOOK A KITTEN!
Get ready for a laugh! Don't miss this wacky comedy produced and livestreamed by our middle school theatre program.
Micah only has forty-five minutes to finish her paper on The Great Gatsby. She just needs to check a few facts on the internet first. Unfortunately, the web is a nefariously wacky place where boxing cats, Russian spies, and competitive streaming services threaten to take over Micah's schoolwork, or worse. Will she finish her paper and escape with her life before the school bell rings? A high-octane comedy that explores the rabbit hole of distraction we all go down every time we go online.
Hutchison's middle school virtual play, The Internet is Distract—OH LOOK A KITTENby Ian McWethy, will be available to be streamed for 24 hours as a virtual theatre experience on Friday, November 20, Saturday, November 21, and Saturday, November 28. Individual tickets are $10 and family passes are $30.
Protest: One Ticket, Two Plays
Hutchison's middle school theatre program has teamed up with Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal School to present Protest: One Ticket, Two Plays in a free virtual theatre experience via Zoom on Friday, October 2, and Saturday, October 3, at 7:00 pm.
Hutchison’s one-act play entitled, Lifting as We Climb, focuses on historic events and documents plus creative writing and movement by middle school students around the women's suffrage movement for the right to vote. Grace-St. Luke's one-act play, Testament 2020, focuses on historic speeches and reflective writing about freedom and the civil rights movement.