School Tour

Every year we take the Hanford Musical on the road to the area schools. This is an important activity for several reasons. One is that it helps us work out the wrinkles in the show in front of an audience. Two is that it promotes attendance at our performance. And three, it encourages future students to be involved in the drama program.
Itinerary for School Tours, Jan. 30, 2015
7:30 am Arrive at HHS
8:30 am Load Bus
9:00-9:35 am Perform Tapteal
9:40 am Depart Tapteal
10:00-10:40 am Perform White Bluffs
10:45-12:30 Lunch Break at Safeway Plaza (Bring change of clothes or something to cover up costumes)
12:45-1:20 pm Perform Chief Jo MS
1:40-2:05 Perform at Jefferson
2:15 pm Arrive at HHS (Go home and rest).
COSTUMES: Opening Number or first scene you appear in. Individual issues see me. Ladies: You may do the school tour in curlers. Put a scarf over your hair.

Remember: Be on your best behavior! Be polite! Always smile! Bring what you need. Forget nothing!

The School Tours are great publicity for the show and for the drama program. Be Amazing, and the Drama program will never want for people eager to be involved.

Order of Show

Top drama students are heading to state festival

Copyright RSD 01/26/2015
A number of Hanford and Richland High School drama students finished in the top ten percent of judging scores at the Eastern Washington Thespian Festival January 17 in Spokane and have qualified to audition at the Washington State Thespian Festival showcase March 19-21 in Bellingham:

Duo Scene
Kailey Thomsen and Emily Obermeyer – RHS

Group Acting
Dan Aimone, Devin Duggan, Josh Fox, Jake Freeman, Zach Pawlowski, Josh Smith – HHS

Group Musical
Kailey Thomsen, Dylan Hartwig, Cassie Rehwalt, Emily Obermeyer, Jenacie Jones – RHS

Eliza Anderson – HHS
Grace Dai – HHS
Katie Evans – HHS
Josh Fox – HHS
Cory Huntington – RHS
Lauren Balone – RHS
Dylan Hartwig – RHS

Solo Musical
Katie Evans – HHS
Anjuli Herr – HHS
Olga Laskin – HHS
Kailey Thomsen – RHS

Costume Design
Dylan Hartwig – RHS

Matt Leggett is the drama instructor at Hanford High School. Dawn Schoepflin is the drama instructor at Richland High School.

Ticket sales for Thoroughly Modern Millie

Hanford High Center Stage proudly presents Thoroughly modern Millie, January 30, 31, February 4, 6 & 7 at 7:30 pm

WHERE: Hanford High Auditorium
450 Hanford St.
Richland, WA 99354

Tickets: All tickets are reserved seats, $10 & $12. Tickets will be available beginning January 21 at:

  • Hanford High School, Black Box foyer, M-F, 3 pm – 5pm
  • Adventures Underground  Bookstore, in the Uptown, 1391 George Washington Way, Richland, during business hours.

Cash or check only please.