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Latest News

Kennedy Center Recognizes HFCC Theatre Arts

The Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) recently recognized Henry Ford Community College (HFCC) Theatre Arts instructor/technical director Gerry Dzuiblinski and HFCC alumni Samantha York and Timothy Pollock for their work on the College’s 2013 production of “Ruined.”

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.



HFCC’S Fall, 2014 production will be DINOSAURUS! This show is one of a kind in the world and is a production of THE VIRTUAL THEATRICALITY LAB. For more info on the show, click here

To participate in DINOSAURUS! you must enroll in one of the following classes:


HFCC’S Fall, 2014 production will be DINOSAURUS! This show is one of a kind in the world and is a production of THE VIRTUAL THEATRICALITY LAB. For more info on the show, click here.

To participate in DINOSAURUS! you must enroll in one of the following classes:

Drinking in America” Last Weekend!

HFCC's Humanities and Social Science Division and Theatre Arts Department will present award-winning playwright Eric Bogosian’s “Drinking in America” Aug. 29-31. This production will take place at the MacKenzie Fine Arts Auditorium.
Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 8 p.m.The play will take place on the following dates:

• Thursday, Aug. 29;
• Friday, Aug. 30; and
• Saturday, Aug. 31

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Dinosaurus! is Coming. (2014)

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Recent Productions

The Good Doctor

Written by: 
Neil Simon
Directed by: 
Mary Bremer
August 8-17

Henry Ford College Social Science, Arts and Fitness Division presents THE GOOD DOCTOR, a comedy by Neil Simon.

A hit when it first premiered on Broadway, THE GOOD DOCTOR is Simon’s delightful adaptation of short stories by the playwright Anton Chekhov. Set in Russia in the late 19th century, this series of sketches features a man who sneezes on his boss and can’t stop apologizing, a dentist’s apprentice who tests his skills on a priest with an abscessed tooth, and even an unemployed sailor who charges admission to his own drowning!


Written by: 
Neil Simon
Directed by: 
Gerry Dzuiblinski
June 19-29

Leon Tolchinsky, a young schoolteacher, has found his dream job in a tiny, idyllic Russian village. Upon his arrival, he discovers the entire town has been under a spell of stupidity for two hundred years--and he is the only one who can break the curse. What Leon doesn’t know is that if he stays over 24 hours and fails to free the village’s inhabitants, he too will fall victim. To further complicate matters, he has fallen in love with a village girl, one who is so stupid she has only just learned to sit down.

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

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.

Summer Fun

A summer sleeper comedy in the wings at Henry Ford Community College is sure to make you laugh out loud – the theater department’s Durang Festival, which features four of the playwright’s irreverent and entertaining one act plays.

The HFCC Durang Festival runs Thursday through Sunday, with 8 p.m. performances Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday matinees in the MacKenzie Fine Arts Center, 5101 Evergreen Road in Dearborn. General admission is $12 for adults and $10 for students. For more information, go to

"Grease" cast fills HFCC Stage With Energy and Enthusiasm

Henry Ford Community College continues a run of “Grease” through April 22 with 8 p.m. performances on Friday and Saturday and a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee. Highlights of the 29-member cast include strong male dancers in the “Greased Lightning” number, a fun-to-watch high school dance with the full ensemble, and strong vocals in the production numbers.

HFCC's Vital Signs Makes Strong Showing

Henry Ford Community College opened Jane Martin’s “Vital Signs” Thursday at Adray Auditorium in the Mackenzie Fine Arts Center for a two-weekend run. The collection of songs and monologues is a showcase of intense experiences that challenge the student ensemble, which is directed by Mary Bremer-Beer “Vital Signs” showcases 18 performers in a variety of cabaret style-songs as well as some intense first person monologues.

Beer has brought out the best in a relatively inexperienced student cast. She also treats us to the closing monologue “Truck Stop.”

HFCC presents ‘The Actor’s Nightmare’ and other One Acts

Henry Ford Community College Fine Arts and Fitness Division will present their annual One Act Festival June 17 to 19 and 24 to 26, with 8pm. Friday and Saturday shows and 2pm Sunday matinee.
Gerry Dzublinski provided the artistic and technical direction and scenic designs, with Kim Barrett designing the costumes and Jennifer Gadzecki designing the lighting.