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'Beauty and the Beast' Hopewell Valley Central High School’s Spring Musical March 1 - March 9

02/11/2013

Come and "Be Our Guest" at this year's winter musical, Disney's Beauty and the Beast at Hopewell Valley Central High School’s Performing Arts Center. This magical evening of theatre will be running over two weekends - be sure to bring the whole family.  Show dates and times are March 1st, 2nd, 8th and 9th starting at 7:30pm.  On March 8th there is a special pre-show event - The Children's Gala - starting at 6:00 pm. Ticket package for The Children's Gala includes:

  • VIP seating for the March 8th 7:30 performance
  • One hour meet and great with the Beauty & Beast Cast
  • A special snack and a bit of music too!

Come dressed as your favorite Disney Character
(Bring your cameras ... as it is sure to be a memorable evening.)
 
All tickets will be sold on www.showtix4u.com or at the door the evening of the show. Ticket for all shows are $12 for an adult and $8 for a student except for The Children's Gala.  The Children's Gala tickets are only available on www.showtix4u.com and are $17 for an adult and $13 for a student/child.  Note: For the show March 8th show there will be two "show offerings" on the web site - one for The Children's Gala with a 6:00 pm start and one for the regular show with a 7:30 pm start - please be sure to select the show of your choice prior to purchasing tickets.
 
It is sure to be a magical evening of theatre for the entire family!
 

Valid from 02/11/2013 to 03/10/2013

Hopewell Valley Central High School Presents 'Noises Off' Nov 4 & 5

10/27/2016

Friday, November 4/ Saturday, November 5

All performances will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Hopewell Valley Performing Arts Center

 

If you are looking for some good laughs, Hopewell Valley Central High School’s production of Noises Off is just the ticket.  The classic farce revolves around a troupe of actors rehearsing the “show within a show” of Nothing On as opening night approaches, while their personal dramas start to blend into the show to the point where art starts to imitate real life.  With doors slamming and sardines flying, the cast tries to hold it all together to make sure that the show dies indeed go on.

 

Hopewell Valley Central High School is thrilled to present Michael Frayn’s beloved comedy Noises Off.    Full of shocking surprises and gut-busting humor, Noises Off is the classic show-within-a-show that, according to the New York Times, “voyages to the outer limits of hilarity”.  The cast of 15 has been hard at work on this production since the second week of school, and this show promises to be an evening of fun that is not to be missed.  Noises Off runs Friday, November 4 and Saturday November 5 at 7:30 pm at the Performing Arts Center at Hopewell Valley Central High School.  Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students and seniors.  Tickets can be purchased ahead of time by visiting www.showtix4u.com and searching the title of the show, or they can be purchased at the door the night of each performance.  Don’t miss out on the hilarious farce or the memorable performance given by this talented cast, so be sure to get your tickets now!

Valid from 10/27/2016 to 11/06/2016

Dartmouth Aires to Perform at Hopewell Valley Central High School Performing Arts Center December 7

11/26/2012

The nationally-known collegiate a cappella group, the Dartmouth Aires, will be performing at the Hopewell Valley Central High School Performing Arts Center on Friday evening, December 7, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. The all-male Aires is Dartmouth College’s oldest a cappella singing group and performs popular tunes of the 1980’s, 1990’s, and 2000’s, plus musical theater numbers and selected “hip hop” tunes. In 2011 the group placed third in the TV reality show, “The Sing-Off.”  In the performance at the high school, the Aires will be performing certain numbers with Central High School choral students. Ticket prices for this performance are $8 for students/senior citizens and $10 for adults.  Reserve-seating tickets can be purchased on-line atwww.showtix4u.com

Valid from 11/26/2012 to 12/08/2012

Hopewell Valley Central High School Presents 'Dracula' Oct 23 & 24

10/13/2015

Thrills and chills are headed to the Performing Arts Center at Hopewell Valley Central High School this fall as the CHS Drama department prepares to present Dracula on Friday, October 23rd and Saturday, October 24th.  The play, based upon the famous novel by Bram Stoker, was adapted for the stage by Mickey Fisher, a Hollywood based screenwriter most well known for his work as the creator of the show Extant which aired over the past two summers on CBS.  This production takes the Victorian setting of the novel and enhances it with a steampunk, rock and roll edge.  The cast, crew and technical team have been hard at work on the production since the second week of the school year.

 

“The Blood is the Life”

This play follows the journey of Jonathan Harker as he travels to Transylvania to do business with the mysterious Count Dracula.  When their business is concluded, Dracula heads to England in search of his prey.  Aided by the notorious vampire hunter, Van Helsing, Jonathan and his friends must battle Dracula to save their beloved Lucy and Mina.

 

Tickets are available in advance of the production by visiting www.showtix4u.com and at the door on the day of the show.  Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students and seniors.  This show promises excitement and perhaps a few scares, so be sure to get your tickets now!

Valid from 10/13/2015 to 10/25/2015

Hopewell Valley Central High School

10/12/2009

Valid from 10/09/2009

Hopewell Valley Central High School Senior Earns Top Civil Air Patrol Honor

11/15/2015

WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III presented the General Carl A. Spaatz Award to Cadet Col. Matthew Jackson, a Civil Air Patrol cadet, during a Nov. 9 ceremony at the Pentagon.

“We’re recognizing Matt as he joins an elite group,” Welsh said. “Just 0.2 -- not 2.2 -- percent of Civil Air Patrol cadets earn the Spaatz award.”

The Spaatz award was established in 1964 and is the Civil Air Patrol’s highest cadet honor. Cadets qualify for the award after devoting an average of five years to progress through 16 achievements in the CAP’s cadet program, culminating in a rigorous four-part exam including a physical fitness test, essay exam on moral reasoning, comprehensive written exam on leadership, and a comprehensive written exam on aerospace education.

Upon passing all Spaatz award exams, the cadet is promoted to the rank of cadet colonel. Since its inception, only 2,003 cadets have earned the Spaatz award -- on average, two out of every 1,000.

Jackson serves in the Twin Pine Composite Squadron of the New Jersey Wing, West Trenton, New Jersey.

Hopewell Valley Central High School Senior Earns Top Civil Air Patrol Honor

11/15/2015

WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III presented the General Carl A. Spaatz Award to Cadet Col. Matthew Jackson, a Civil Air Patrol cadet, during a Nov. 9 ceremony at the Pentagon.

“We’re recognizing Matt as he joins an elite group,” Welsh said. “Just 0.2 -- not 2.2 -- percent of Civil Air Patrol cadets earn the Spaatz award.”

The Spaatz award was established in 1964 and is the Civil Air Patrol’s highest cadet honor. Cadets qualify for the award after devoting an average of five years to progress through 16 achievements in the CAP’s cadet program, culminating in a rigorous four-part exam including a physical fitness test, essay exam on moral reasoning, comprehensive written exam on leadership, and a comprehensive written exam on aerospace education.

Upon passing all Spaatz award exams, the cadet is promoted to the rank of cadet colonel. Since its inception, only 2,003 cadets have earned the Spaatz award -- on average, two out of every 1,000.

Jackson serves in the Twin Pine Composite Squadron of the New Jersey Wing, West Trenton, New Jersey.

Valid from 11/15/2015 to 01/01/2016

Hopewell Valley Central High School’s Production of 'Our Town', November 16 & 17

11/12/2012

Tickets are on sale now for the Hopewell Valley Central High School’s production of Thorton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, Our Town, on Friday, November 16, and Saturday, November 17, 2012, at the high school Performing Arts Center.

The play is set in the fictional small town of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire, in the early 1900’s, and follows the everyday lives of two ordinary families through love and marriage, life and death. Tickets are available through http: //www.showtix4u.com/.

Valid from 11/12/2012 to 11/18/2012




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