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  • She Loves Me - Hesston College
    Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Theatre Recent main stage productions She Loves Me She Loves Me Director s Note Welcome to the glamorous world of 1930s Budapest where affections change as rapidly as the seasons and romance perfumes the air As the Kansas spring awakens our sense of hope it is fitting to celebrate the central message of She Loves Me We are each of us loveable quirks and all and true love awaits all good hearts It has been a delight bringing this hidden gem of a production to the Hesston College stage She Loves Me follows a storyline that has seen many adaptations since its 1930s debut The musical first appeared on Broadway in 1963 to critical acclaim but was overshadowed by the debut of the flashier Hello Dolly The show had its start much earlier however as the play The Parfumerie by Hungarian playwright Miklos Laszlo It was subsequently turned into the film The Shop Around the Corner in 1940 starring James Stewart followed by a 1949 musical film entitled In the Good Old Summertime with Judy Garland In 1998 it surfaced yet again as the film You ve Got Mail starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/theatre/recent-main-stage-productions/she-loves-me/ (2016-02-13)
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  • She Loves Me promo video - Hesston College
    Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Theatre Recent main stage productions She Loves Me promo video She Loves Me promo video Recent

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  • Tartuffe - Hesston College
    Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Theatre Recent main stage productions Tartuffe Tartuffe Recent main stage productions 12

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  • Our Town - Hesston College
    Theatre Recent main stage productions Our Town Our Town The Our Town cast and crew left to right Howard Keim Jim Yoder Mitch Stutzman Maggie Carlson Margaret Wiebe Zachary Baldauf Rachel Teeter Eleya Raim Melissa Carlson Micah Raber Kierra Funk Erika Byler Emma Roth Bernie Barge Rachel Jantzi RaeLee Hightower Calley Bartell Heidi Hochstetler Clayton Gladish Carter Funk Abbie DeWild Bekah Deaton Sarah Beachy Laura Kraybill Kristy Clouse DIRECTOR S NOTE Blessed Be the Tie that Binds The words and music of this familiar hymn echo the message of Our Town As the refrain cycles throughout the play we are reminded of the sacred threads woven into life We observe bonds between family neighbors and spouses through seasons of birth love and loss The final act portrays death not as a breaking of bonds but a transformation In whatever season of life we find ourselves we are invited to pay attention to what matters most Emily laments in the final act Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it every every minute May her words summon us to realize the gift of life and community while we are here Laura Kraybill The Our Town cast and crew

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  • Summer Theatre Camp - Hesston College
    Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Theatre Summer Theatre Camp Summer Theatre Camp Plans are underway for summer theatre camp 2016 To learn more as information becomes available contact Rachel Jantzi at rachelj hesston edu Theatre Mariann

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  • Theatre FAQ - Hesston College
    are able to participate in Campus Activities Board activities or other campus activities Depending on the role practice outside of rehearsal including memorization and character development are also important However the main reason that a student comes to Hesston College is for an education and your time is important and valued We make every effort to assure that your time is not wasted What are the advantages of coming to Hesston to study theatre There are many advantages to coming to Hesston to study theatre Our department is small but we see that as an advantage Faculty and staff come to know students on a personal level and can assist individuals in studying specific subjects of interest Special projects and one on one attention give students at the freshman and sophomore level many opportunities to explore their interests that would not normally be available to them in larger departments or four year institutions In addition our trend has been to produce shows that focus on acting skills giving young actors the opportunity to explore and stretch their individual talent Does Hesston offer any distinctive courses Hesston offers several distinct courses Drama in the Church which looks at how theatre principles can be used in worship is a course that is not offered in many college settings However theatre by its nature offers a different way of seeing things In addition theatre is a form of communication and what better message to communicate then the Good News These concepts naturally fit into the worship service and allow congregations and individuals the opportunity to see things in a new light Our directing course is also something that is distinctively Hesston Students who enroll in this course spend the first part of the semester doing in depth study on directing They meet one on one with the theatre director and are given assignments and projects that begin to flex their directing muscles During this time students begin to read through one act plays to find a piece that they want to direct Directors go through the full process of casting the show organizing production meetings communicating with their design staff and running rehearsals The project culminates with a full production of their one act play over Thanksgiving weekend Finally at Hesston we are a small enough department that if there are particular interests that the student wants to explore and current courses do not reflect that specific interest faculty can develop curriculum that addresses the student s area of interest Through independent study students may be eligible to receive credit for their work Theatre seems like a limited field for professional opportunities Do theatre and stage skills translate to other professions Theatre develops a broad range of talents organizational and management skills and the ability to work with a broad range of people to accomplish diverse tasks that apply to almost any profession To learn more about specific production roles directing acting managing the stage and their applications in other fields check out

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  • What can I do with a theatre major? - Hesston College
    who perform on stage do it because it s fun But many are not aware that the skills that they are learning can be applied to almost any profession Performers must memorize t he script Memorization skills come in handy all the time remembering the name ofa potential client or simply retelling a story to a classroom of kindergartners Actors and actresses come to understand the dramatic values of storytelling In any presentation that you give whether a sermon to your congregation or a business proposal to the board of directors actor training helps you to read your audience keep their interest and deliver your presentation in a creative and interesting way Finally getting up in front of people requires confidence Confidence and the ability to speak in front of people are key factors that potential employers value For technical designers Anyone who designs for the stage whether it is costumes lighting set or sound must understand what it takes to create the mood and tone for any specific scene or production That ability is carried with them into the workplace Being part of the production team means that you and your ideas must complement other areas of design Designers learn to work as a team to produce the overall effect and mood The ability to work enthusiastically and productively in a group setting makes you an asset to any company Being part of a production team also means that the individual designer is responsible for researching their own design element and making sure they are meeting deadlines The ability to set a schedule for yourself and hand in projects in a timely manner is a necessity in any profession Designing for the stage takes creativity and artistry Theatre is a visual art The look of a production is as important as the acting The first thing the audience sees is the visual spectacle Learning to use color light lines and shape to draw attention to specific character moments or areas of a stage can ultimately help you in any profession that uses the visual from preparing a teacher s bulletin board to creating a website For stage managers and directors Stage management is one of the most difficult yet thankless jobs in theatre Stage managers work behind the scenes to make sure that things go seamlessly during production Luckily the skills that they are learning make this demanding role worth the challenge Stage managers are responsible for the entire cast They keep track of everyone s schedule and are often responsible for communications between director designers cast and crew With these skills in hand you show potential employers that you are well organized and can communicate with your peers while still maintaining your professional demeanor The stage manager of a production has a huge responsibility on her or his shoulders Should anything go wrong during a live performance it is often the stage manager who must decide how to fix the problem immediately The ability to handle what can

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  • Employee - Hesston College
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