Performing Arts

For students with musical and theater talent and interest, the performing arts program is designed to increase individual ability. The performing arts program enlivens the cultural life of the Hoban community.

One credit of Visual or Performing Arts is required for graduation.

Music Program

The music courses may satisfy the requirement at many universities for a unit in visual and performing arts. All students with musical and acting ability are encouraged to use it by participating in the choral, band and/or theater programs. Some cocurricular time commitment is necessary for membership in both organizations, but the benefits are extensive.

Participants in performing ensembles perform at the Winter and Spring Fine Arts Festivals and in the annual Ohio Solo and Ensemble Contest held in late January or early February.

Theater Program

Participation in theater allows students to gain knowledge about the theater through hands-on learning. Whether you choose to perform on stage or work behind the scenes, you will learn about theater, grow as an individual and enjoy the close-knit family of the theater program.

2020 Fall Play

vintage hitchcock: a live radio play

2021 Spring Play

March 26, 27, 28

Spring Play

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by John G. Fuller will be presented Friday and Saturday, March 26-27 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 28, at 3 p.m. in Barry Gym.

Join Hank, a 19th-century engineer, as he is transported to the Court of King Arthur after being knocked out by one of his own experiments. He not only frightens and dazzles the court with the magic of technology, he also helps save Arthur's Kingdom. Inspired by the Mark Twain classic, this version is a fun-filled family-friendly show sure to delight all.

Leading the cast is senior Simon Monsour as the Yankee, along with seniors Luke Kolasky as King Arthur and Isabella Spina as his queen, Guenever. They are joined by juniors Julia Martin, Eden Nicholson, Elena Plaspohl, Jude Yovichin; sophomores Colin Doss,  Elizabeth Savitski, and freshmen Natalia Welsh.  Junior Grace Kostko, is the stage manager.

Tickets are $10 plus service fee and available below. Due to COVID restrictions, seating will be grouped by purchase and social distance will be maintained. All guests must wear masks and have temperatures taken upon arrival.

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Eleven students teamed up to write, direct, and perform original one acts in less than 24 hours on Feb. 12. Each team was given a random time, location and item to incorporate into their pieces. After several professional consultation sessions and revisions, they performed their stories. View the three original plays written in just one day.

Fall Play: Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play

The fall play Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry will be performed in front of a live audience on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 8, at 3 p.m., with one live-streamed performance Saturday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 and tickets are presale only. Hometown Ticket Link.


The play features voice actors: Trever Behrend, Rebecca Brown, Hannah Bulgrin, Isabelle Hahn, Luke Kolasky, Graceanna Monsour, Simon Monsour, Olivia Osmun, Elena Plaspohl, Biz Savitski, Izzy Spina, Zoey Turner, Natalia Welshand Jude Yovichin. The sound effects team is: John Lopez, Eden Nichelson, Kay Plaspohl and Jacob Smith. A special jingle trio includes: Victoria Jackson, Piper Kolasky and Grace Kostko. Sara Cassady is the stage manager with Evan Ray as her assistant.

Music Course Offerings

Theater Course Offerings

Performing Arts Faculty

Erin Bennett


Ronald Martin