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The OSU Men’s Glee Concert

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The OSU Men’s Glee Concert Thank you to all who came and enjoyed the OSU Men’s Glee Club and the Men of Darby and Bradley High school choirs. We are so appreciative of the Glee Club for offering their talents in support of the arts in Hilliard. It was an extra pleasure to welcome Dr. Martin, Mrs Hodgson and the young men who offered their talents as well for a wonderful afternoon of singing. This concert raised over $3000 to benefit the Hilliard Arts Council community outreach programs! THANK YOU FOR YOUR...

Hilliard Youth Chorus

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The goal of the HYC is to help kids develop good singing technique, expose them to new songs and musical styles, and empower them to find their voices through music! Jayne Wenner is our Director and brings a wealth of teaching experience as a retired Hilliard City Schools teacher and current OSU Supervising teacher for young music teachers. We are privileged to have her lead our local youth! Watch here for postings about the Fall edition of the Hilliard Youth...

Winnie the Pooh

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http://bit.ly/HACWinniethePooh Friday April 5 7pm Saturday April 6 11am Sunday April 7 3pm Friday April 12 7pm Saturday April 13 11am Sunday April 14 3pm Adapted by Kristin Sergel.from the beloved books of  A. A Milne, we present Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin’s fat little “bear of very little brain” who would like to drift peacefully through life, humming tunes and stopping frequently to eat “a little something.” However, he finds himself involved in all sorts of frantic adventures, assisted by such friends as the dismal Eeyore, Piglet and Rabbit, with his countless relations. Pooh’s intentions are always the best, but his passion for honey and condensed milk keeps getting him into...

Current Exhibit

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Watch here for more information on a Fall Gallery Opening!

Winnie the Pooh

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The Disney classic is brought to the stage with our By Kids, For Kids Program! Winnie the Pooh auditions will be Feb. 9 at noon and Feb. 10 at 3. There will be two parts to our auditions. We will bring groups of 10 auditioners into the Main Hall, where the director will need to observe how willing each auditioner will be, to freely portray a “caricature” onstage of various forest animals such as rabbits, gophers, skunks, pigs, kangaroos, and of course a loveable cuddly bear. Many of the actions by each character will carry humanistic mannerisms, however must also perform in the manner of each prescribed animal. Part one of auditions will involve some interactive scenes where the group of auditioners will be asked to walk and talk like one of the characters of the play. Everyone in each 10 person group will be asked to participate in this activity together as a group, so they should feel more comfortable, not singled out, and willing to take risks. The second part of the audition will include a scene reading. There are 6 scenes from which the Director will appoint auditioners to readfor whichever character they have indicated their...