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Zach Pazik, from left, Trey Alexander, Tristin King, Paije Pok and David Hantz work on their dance steps as they rehearse for Friday's opening performance of "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?" at Hobart High School.
The cast of Hobart High School's spring musical, "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?" rehearse a musical number from the show.
Love is in the air as Emily Pazik (Jo) and David Hantz (Professor Baehr) meet to discuss their mutual love of writing in the classic play "Little Women." The show opens tonight at Hobart High School for a four-day run.
Jessca Sherrard (Beth), Alexis Jenkins (Marmee), Ailey Brumley (Amy), Abigail (Meg) and Emily Pazik (Jo) rejoice when their father (Jon Brumley) returns from his posting during the Civil War during rehearsals for the Hobart High School production of "Little Women," opening tonight.
Miss Brannigan (Cierra Payton) and Mr. Cocker (Trey Alexander) bid a fond farewell to the class of 1985 in a scene from "Back to the '80s" at Hobart High School, opening Friday.
The class of 1985 at William Ocean High School poses for a final class picture as Hobart High School takes the audience "Back to the '80s" with its spring musical.
The Hobart DECA team is pictured after their success at the state career development conference in Indianapolis. Some members of the team are headed to the international conference later this month in Orlando, Fla. In the back, from left, are Jake Peterson, Thom Camacho, Garrett Bianchi, Con…
Lily (Caylee Stahl), Rooster (Juanma Brenes) and Miss Hannigan (Lauren Richter) sing and dance about "Easy Street" as they plan their scam on Daddy Warbucks in a scene from the Hobart High School production of "Annie." Brenes is an exchange student from Costa Rica who "never imagined doing t…
The cast of "Annie" poses for a family portrait during rehearsals this week for the musical, which opens at 7:30 p.m. today on the Hobart High School stage.
Grandpa (teacher Jonathon Brumley) and Paul (Rodney Thorton) try to make their guests feel welcome in the comedy "You Can't Take It With You," set for the Hobart High School stage this Thursday through Sunday.
Penny (Kayla Belec) , right, attempts to wake a very drunk Gay Wellington (Joyce Tam) in a scene from the Hobart High School production of "You Can't Take It With You," which opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
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