Boarding and Day · Co-ed College Prep · Grades 6–12 & Postgraduate · Hebron, Maine

Uncover the performer inside!

Performances on Hebron's stage integrate life, literacy, learning, and community - and celebrate the strong character development that is a hallmark of Hebron's educational experience.

Student dramatic performances are one of the highlights of the year, both in the Middle and Upper Schools. Three out of four Hebron students have played a role in at least one Hebron production. The all-school musical takes place near the end of winter term, and is supported by faculty directors, student and professional musicians, and a core group of committed Upper School thespians.

Middle Schoolers take the stage in March or April with their annual production. In the spring, Upper School students cast, direct, and produce one-act plays.

Being part of the musical was a surprising Hebron highlight. We were all backstage waiting for the curtain to go up - and whether you were a lead or a basketball player like me, just wanting to have fun and try something new, at that moment we were all equal in our nervousness and excitement to do something Big.

Recent Performances

Peter and the Starcatcher- 2019
The Man who Came to Dinner- 2018
Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical - 2017
Songs for a New World - 2016
Little Shop of Horrors - 2015
Guys and Dolls - 2014
Cinderella - 2013
Working - 2012
Jesus Christ Superstar - 2011
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - 2010
Seussical the Musical - 2009




Step Behind The Scenes...

Students work backstage and develop a knowledge of construction, design, and artistic techniques.  

There are opportunities for leadership skills for those looking to take on a Director's or Stage Management role.

Whether part of an extra curricular activity program, or integrated into a visual arts curriculum, opportunities for the development of creative skills abound.

Tread the boards!

Young actors and actresses learn poise, confidence, and other public speaking skills.

By exploring different roles and personalities, student-actors most often find within themselves something that can only be discovered through a dramatic performance.