Hamlet

Shakespeare’s Hamlet is an age-old tragic tale meant to be watched not read in a book.  In our production full of murder, mystery and a ghost Hamlet must find his father’s murderer.  As he works to solve the mystery he stages a play within a play.

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Mirror Images

Mirror Images: An Evening of One Acts Hanford High School drama presents a festival of one-act plays directed by senior drama students. The plays are a mix of comedies and dramas – something for everyone. The 2016 featured one-act plays are: December 24 – written & directed by Caleb McDuff…

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RSD 2017 Bond projects

The Richland School Board approved a preliminary list of projects for a February 2017 bond issue election: Replace Badger Mountain Elementary School Replace Tapteal Elementary School New elementary school on Belmont Boulevard (property already owned by the District) New elementary school at a site to be determined Richland High School…

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Join the 2016-17 Drama Boosters

The mission of the Hanford High Drama Boosters is to build students intellectually, emotionally, physically, spiritually, and artistically through support of the Drama Program. Typically four to five shows are presented each year. The Boosters organize parent volunteers to support these productions. We provide support for everything from lights and sound to costumes,…

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5th Avenue Awards – 2016

  05/19/2016 RSD press release The Hanford High School production of Urinetown has received seven nominations in the 2016 Seattle 5th Avenue High School Musical Theater Awards includingOutstanding Overall Musical. In addition, Hanford High’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid received two nominations. Senior Zachary Harper earned aSpecial Honors Student…

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Urinetown

HHS Advanced Drama is proud to present Urinetown. This is the first time this unique, satirical musical has been performed in the area. Urinetown is a musical about a town suffering through a drought. During this drought, a big corporation has decided that to properly conserve water, everyone has to…

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