January 19th-21st The 2023 One-Act Festival is comprised of 6 student-directed short plays, 3 of which are also student-written! A longtime HTC tradition, the One-Acts give seniors an opportunity to experience directing and putting together their own shows, as well… Read More »The 2023 Winter One-Act Festival
“Lord, what fools these mortals be!” Harriton High School’s incredible production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream will keep you entertained and laughing right to the very end with its detailed set, hilarious actors, and brilliant music.
November 14th-17th, 2018 Synopsis Sherlock Holmes is a fictional creation of Arthur Conan Doyle. First appearing in print in 1887’s A Study in Scarlet, the character’s popularity became widespread with the first series of short stories in The Strand Magazine,… Read More »Sherlock Holmes
January 8th-11th, 2020 Synopsis Harriton Theater Company’s Winter One-Acts are student directed short shows ranging from comedies to drama. A longtime HTC tradition, the One-Acts give seniors opportunities to direct, as well as actors a place to explore their talents… Read More »The 2020 Winter One-Act Festival
This show was so much fun to see. The cast, crew, and orchestra work so well together. They were so excited to be on stage. Excellent Costumes, Makeup, Scenic Design and Student Leadership all allow the cast to put on the show. Congratulations to this talented group!
Harriton’s The Curious Savage combined melodrama, comedy, and family into one package, and tied it with a technologically-stunning bow!
All aboard! Journey along with Harriton High School as they present the tale of Peter and the Starcatcher! Be prepared for stormy waters, severe winds, and a brilliant story.
“It’s alive!” But not to worry, because Harriton Theater Company’s relevant, revenant production of Young Frankenstein has everything under control.
“Everything’s Coming Up Roses” for Harriton High School’s recent production of Gypsy. With superb vocals, hilarious characters, and professional choreography, the show “entertained” audiences of all ages.
We all have moments when it feels like we are going to go insane. However, we normally don’t date terrorists, spike our gazpacho with sedatives, or coincidentally visit the house of our father’s mistress. This perfect balance of whimsicality and relatability is exactly what makes Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown endearing, and the Harriton Theater Company did a great job of bringing this story to life.