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Three Musketeers Opens April 4!

Henry Ford Community College Theatre Arts will present The Three Musketeers, adapted by Peter Raby and directed by Christopher Bremer April 4-5-6-11-12-13. Friday and Saturdays the performance time is 8:00 PM. On Sundays it is 2:00 PM. Performances will be in the Adray Auditorium on the HFCC main campus at 5101 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI.

Tickets can be purchased online at: For more info, call 313-845-9817.

Adult: 12.00/Any Student With ID: 10.00

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Adapted By Peter Raby
Directed By Christopher Bremer
April 4-5-6-11-12-13
Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 PM
Sundays @ 2PM

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By Peter Raby, from the novel by Alexandre Dumas
Directed by Christopher Bremer

November 18th & 21st @ 7:00pm
In the Adray Auditorium

Performance Dates: April 4, 5, 6, 7*, 9*, 11*, 12, 13
*10am student matinées

Audition will consist of a 1 minute monologue and readings from the script.

In order to participate in the production you must register for one of the following classes in the winter 2014 semester: THEa133, 134, 142, 233, 234, 242, 270.

Recent Productions

The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers Photos
Written by: 
Peter Raby, based on the novel by Alexander Dumas
Directed by: 
Christopher Bremer
April 4-5-6-11-12-13

Adult: 12.00/Any Student With ID: 10.00

Snow White

Written by: 
Judth Fletcher
Directed by: 
Judith Fletcher
November 15-24

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Well, we all know the reply to that, and soon we're caught up in the spell of this enchanting classic. The vain and wicked Queen seeks to destroy her rival in beauty. The Dwarfs are obstinate, generous, mean, kind, and totally appealing. The Prince is a true Prince, sometimes foolish, always brave, and Snow White is as lovely and lovable as legend says. First rate adaptation with an exuberant spirit.

Nov 15, 7pm.
Nov 16, 2 and 7pm
Nov 17, 2pm
School matinees: Nov 18-22. 10am
Nov 22, 7pm
Nov 23, 2 and 7 pm
Nov 24, 2 pm

Drinking In America

Photos-Drinking In America
Written by: 
Eric Bogosian
Directed by: 
Mary Bremer
Aug 23-24-25-29-30-31/Sunday @ 2pm. Other days @ 8pm.

Eric Bogosian looks at what turns people on - alcohol, drugs, sex, power - and savagely dissects their willing intoxication. The result is a blisteringly funny series of monologues, portraits of people who have gotten high on hedonism being peddled as the American dream. ''Drinking in America'' is a wild, nightmarish ride through an America where success can excuse a lot of faults. It's an unforgettable journey made all the more disturbing because of the laughter the audience encounters along the way.

15.00 General Public
12.00 Faculty, Staff, Seniors, Students

Student Directed One Acts

Student Directed One Acts-2013
June 20 through 30: Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm.

Every spring for the past decade and a half, the HFCC Theatre Department has held a One-Act Festival. Traditionally, One-Act Festivals are used to showcase short works, 10-70 minutes in length, that explore unusual themes, content or styles. Sometimes they are simply shorter works by new or established authors. Comedies, dramas, tragedies and experimental works, are used to hone the skills of directors, designers, technicians and actors.
All Seats 7.00
For further information or to make reservations, please contact Gerry Dzuiblinski at 313.845.9817 or via email at


Written by: 
Lynn Nottage
Directed by: 
Christopher Bremer
April 11-14 and-18-21: Evenings at 8pm/Sundays at 2pm

Ruined is the winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize. Lynn Nottage is the author of such plays as Fabulation and Intimate Apparel. This haunting, probing work is about the resilience of the human spirit during times of war. Set in a small mining town in Democratic Republic of Congo, this powerful play follows Mama Nadi, a shrewd businesswoman in a land torn apart by civil war. But is she protecting or profiting by the women she shelters? How far will she go to survive? Responsible Audience: Strong language and mature themes. Situations of war and brutality.

Recent Press


Review: Ruined
Staff Writer Justin Clark

Before watching the HFCC Theatre department production of Ruined, I had only a basic understanding of its subject matter. Despite this, I left HFCC Auditorium from the April 13th performance feeling deeply affected, and with much to think about.

HFCC's "Ruined" is a Striking, Poignant Drama

Quite often in popular opinion, theater is regulated to mere “entertainment." But it also has the potential to educate the public on issues that have gone largely unnoticed. Henry Ford Community College Fine Arts and Fitness Division presents Lynn Nottage’s drama Ruined, now through April 21.

Ruined Review

By Sue Suchyta
Times-Herald Newspapers
April 14, 2013

HFCC’s Theatre Arts raises the bar with its intense and edgy portrayal of Ruined. The show, set in the present day, centers on the war-ravaged Congo and its weary civilian survivors, especially the women, who face violence against their gender in a land without laws.

Bridge To Terabitha At HFCC

A stage version of the novel, Bridge to Terabithia, adapted by Katherine Patterson and Stephanie Tolan, opens at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 for the public, and at 10 a.m. Nov. 12 for school matinees in Adray Auditorium at the Mackenzie Fine Arts Center on the campus of Henry Ford Community College.

The show follows two children, Leslie and Jesse, who learn to trust each other and their imaginations to create a magical, imaginary world in the woods that they name Terabithia. Facing one’s fears and dealing with grief are also lessons interwoven into the show.