Meet Sarah: Theatre Student
“Amazing program! I’ve gained so much confidence in myself and in my skills in theatre as a result of the professors’ instruction, and the support and encouragement they offered was vital to my growth. The depth of knowledge that is taught here is incredible, too. At HACC I learned in two years what many colleges teach in four.”
Meet Glenna: Graphic Design Student
“At first, I was apprehensive about going to a community college because of the stigmas that surround them. All of these fears were quickly extinguished. Between the great facilities and the exemplary staff, I was able to hone my skills and reach heights I didn’t know existed and build a respectable, highly marketable portfolio. ”
Meet Garrett: Theatre Student
“HACC’s theatre program prepared me to work in a professional environment. The training that I received expanded and strengthened my skillset and made be a more well-rounded performer. As a working actor, HACC Theatre helped me to build up my experience, knowledge and professional attitude that helps me to succeed.”
Meet Paris: Graphic Design Student
“The teachers go above and beyond for their students and strive to push you to be the true creative that you can be. Marjaneh Talebi really does care for her students and their success for the future. I don’t think I would’ve received this type of passion driven and future focused education anywhere else! ”
New Works Festival 2023 – the premiere production of two brand new one-acts
Streaming April 20-23, 2023
To Kill or Not To Kill by Dan Morra
Intent on revenge, an escaped convict kidnaps his ex-wife and takes her to a mountain hideaway only to discover it is occupied by someone else on the run: an AI who refuses to be the killing machine his developers envisioned. But will he adhere to this principle when the woman’s life is in peril?
Charley/Nik/Charlie/Nik by Frederick D. Miller
Charley/Nik/Charlie/Nik follows two couples as they navigate their identities as young gay men in love in the 21st century. Through paralleling storylines, the men fall in and out of love over time. Charley/Nik/Charlie/Nick explores the intersections of faith and sexuality, and the question of whether love can truly be unconditional.