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Fall 2019 ...

Ah! Wilderness
by Eugene O'Neill

November 7-9 and 14-16 at 7:30 PM
Fenwick Theatre
2nd Floor O'Kane Hall

The only comedy by Eugene O’Neill, the greatest of all American playwrights, Ah, Wilderness! chronicles the tender coming of age of a teenage boy in a small Connecticut town around the turn of the twentieth century.  Richard Miller, months away from his freshman year at Yale, is curious, intellectual, rebellious and eager for his life to start; he’s also baffled by sex and romance.  Eric Butler ’06 directs this classic American family play, which is charming and touching by turns.

Box Office:  (508) 793-2496
On-Line:  
https://hcahwilderness.eventbrite.com
$15 General Admission / $10 HC Community
For pricing on tickets for groups of 10 or more call Joan Townsend (508) 793-3490


The Secret Life of Plants
by Noah Mailloux '20

December 5-7 at 7:30 PM / December 7-8 at 2:30 PM
The Pit
O'Kane Hall 37 - the Basement

When a wallflower meets a woman, an introvert begins to blossom into a gregarious personality.  However, a triangular romance grows when the invasive species known as the ladies’ man endangers the status quo.  Love, growth and a man’s pursuit of happiness are explored in this bittersweet new play, written and directed by Noah Mailloux ’20.  An Alternate College Theatre production.

No admission charge.
Reservations Recommended:  (508) 793-3536

Gamelan Gita Sari

December 13 at 7:30 PM
Brooks Concert Hall
Fenwick Hall

A glorious melding of Balinese gamelan music and Balinese dance, under the supervision of our Balinese performing arts instructor, I Nyoman Catra. 

No admission charge.

One Act Festival

December 15 at Noon
The Pit
O'Kane Hall 37 - the Basement

Student directors are given the opportunity to showcase their work in the round-robin presentation of a series of fully-produced short plays featuring student actors. The One-Act Festival highlights the talents of up and coming young artists on campus.

No admission charge.

 

Coming February 2020

Cabaret
Book by Joe Masteroff
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb

January 30-31 and February 1, 6-8 at 7:30 PM
February 2 & 9 at 2:00 PM
Fenwick Theatre
2nd Floor O'Kane Hall

This celebrated musical play is set against the backdrop of Berlin in the early 1930s, where a young American writer in search of inspiration rents a cheap flat and discovers both the glories of the city and its sinister side – the Nazis and widespread anti-Semitism.  He also falls in love with an aspiring singer, full of sexual bravado, who performs at the Kit Kit Klub.  Directed by Meaghan Deiter

Box Office:  (508) 793-2496
On-Line:   Available in January

$15 General Admission / $10 HC Community
For pricing on tickets for groups of 10 or more call Joan Townsend (508) 793-3490

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