The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘The Addams Family, A New Musical’

Welcome to kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, a family dealing with the same challenges faced by any other family: the Addams kids are growing up. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family – a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams family must face up to the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change.

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, based on characters created by Charles Addams

Directed by Sarah Fowler

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf”

This award-winning classic of the modern stage examines the complexities of marriage and betrayal. In the early hours of the morning on the campus of an American college, Martha, much to her husband George’s displeasure, has invited the new professor and his wife to their home for some after-party drinks. As the alcohol flows and dawn approaches, the young couple are drawn into George and Martha’s toxic games until the evening reaches its climax in a moment of devastating truth-telling.

Directed by Jim Walker

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents “Bye Bye Birdie”

A campy musical send-up of the late 1950s, small-town America, teenagers, and rock & roll. Teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie has been drafted, so he chooses All-American girl Kim MacAfee for a very public farewell kiss. Inspired by the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army.

Musical Comedy Book by Michael Stewart, Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams, originally produced by Edward Padula

Directed by Colby Coren

 

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre’s Second Stage presents ‘U Rang Durang?’

“U Rang Durang?” includes two of Durang’s most popular one acts, For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls and  ‘dentity Crisis, combined together into one night of bizarre hilarity. These crackpot comedies both turn family upside down in a way that only Christopher Durang can.

For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls

In this parody of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, the fading Southern belle, Amanda, tries to prepare her hyper-sensitive, hypochondriacal son, Lawrence, for “the feminine caller.” Terrified of people, Lawrence plays with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers. Ginny, the feminine caller, is hard of hearing and overbearingly friendly. Brother Tom wants to go the movies, where he keeps meeting sailors who need to be put up in his room. Amanda tries to face everything with “charm and vivacity,” but sometimes she just wants to hit somebody.

‘dentity Crisis

Recovering from a nervous breakdown, Jane is nursed and nagged by her relentlessly cheerful mother, and confused by her oversexed brother—who keeps changing into her father, her grandfather and her mother’s French lover. Eventually all (including Jane’s psychiatrist, who undergoes a sex change operation and swaps places with his wife) change characters again and become Jane herself—leaving her with no identity at all and pointing up the near impossibility of self-identification in our uncertain times.

Directed by Jonathan Forrester

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

The Hendersonville Community Theatre presents ‘August Osage County’

This award-winning dark comedy centers on a tense family reunion in a small Oklahoma town. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons daughters return home to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother Violet. Armed with prescription drugs and paranoid mood swings, Violet reigns over the home as family secrets unfold.

Directed by Beth Norris

Oleanna

Oleanna

“OLEANNA” BY DAVID MAMET
Second Stage
May 3-12
Showtimes: Friday & Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2pm
Director: Lora Ristau

He said, she said—but exactly what happened? Oleanna examines the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female students, who accuses him of sexual exploitation and, by doing so, spoils his chances of being awarded tenure.”

Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of this beloved movie, Truvy, Annelle, Shelby, M’Lynn, Ouiser and Clairee return to HCT for six special performances. These six Southern women come together in this hilarious and heartwarming story of life, love and loss in a small Louisiana town. Celebrating family, strength in women, and big southern hair, this stage production is the perfect way to experience 30 years of Steel Magnolias.

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

The Love Talker and A Ghost Story

Eerie specters, magic, and strange visions arrive at Hendersonville Community Theatre from October 26 to November 4. The Halloween double feature, The Love Talker and A Ghost Story, haunt the theatre’s intimate Second Stage. Tickets are $16 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

The Love Talker, Deborah Pryor’s tale of witchery in the mountains of Virginia, is abundant with apparitions and an eerie and sensual atmosphere. Two women, 14-year-old Gowdie and her mother Bun, live together in a remote cabin in the woods where they wage a private war against oppressive forest forces: an impish, red-headed witch and the lustful demon, The Love Talker.

HCT Artistic Director Jim Walker directs the production. The cast features Jan Robbins as Bun and Claire Estes as Gowdie. Jayna Gerber plays The Redhead, and Christopher Hewitt plays The Love Talker.

In John Pielmeier’s A Ghost Story, two hikers, Oswald and Hackett, seek shelter from a winter blizzard in an isolated Maine cabin. They are joined by a mysterious girl, Soma. To pass the time, the three tell each other ghost stories that suddenly becomes real in the blood-curdling climax.

HCT stalwart Zachary Eden directs, and the cast features Gary McClain as Oswald, Zachary Eden as Hackett and Claire Estes as Soma.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. The show is rated PG-13 for strong language and sexual content.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is celebrating its 53rd season as Hendersonville’s official community theater. HCT provides an inviting and nurturing environment, as well as high-quality, affordable entertainment for the residents of Hendersonville and surrounding areas.

Hendersonville Community Theatre is located at 229 South Washington Street. For tickets or more information contact us at 828-692-1082 or online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It’s Big Daddy’s 65th birthday. The mood is somber, despite the festivities, because a number of evils poison the gaiety: greed, sins of the past and desperate hopes for the future as the knowledge that Big Daddy is dying slowly makes the rounds.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre presents Hairspray Jr.

Hendersonville Community Theatre will shake and shimmy when students from Henderson, Buncombe, Polk, and Transylvania counties perform Hairspray JR. Hairspray JR. is presented by Champion Comfort Experts of Hendersonville.

The family-friendly show captures the spirit and turmoil of 1962 Baltimore through laughter, dance, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs. Hairspray JR. also includes the important message: that acceptance comes in all shapes, sizes, and nationalities.

The story follows Tracy Turnblad, a full-figured girl with full-figured hair and a big heart, who has only one passion – to dance. When her determination and rock ‘n roll moves land her a spot on a local television dance program, “The Corny Collins Show,” she is transformed from an outsider to an irrepressible teen celebrity. This trendsetter in dance and fashion uses her fame to win the affections of heartthrob Link Larkin, challenge the program’s reigning princess Amber, and rally against racial segregation…all without denting her ‘do.

There will be a complimentary opening night pre-show party and reception on July 20 starting at 6:30.

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight and Magnolias is based on the allegedly true tale of how the final script for the blockbuster 1939 movie Gone with the Wind came about. In it, producer David O. Selznick, desperate for a hit, shuts down production of the film, locks himself, screenwriter Ben Hecht and legendary director Victor Fleming into Selznick’s office for five days to give birth to one of the most beloved films of all time. Surviving on bananas and peanuts, the trio fight hunger, sleep deprivation and blocked intestines to write some of the most famous lines in cinematic history.

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight and Magnolias is based on the allegedly true tale of how the final script for the blockbuster 1939 movie Gone with the Wind came about. In it, producer David O. Selznick, desperate for a hit, shuts down production of the film, locks himself, screenwriter Ben Hecht and legendary director Victor Fleming into Selznick’s office for five days to give birth to one of the most beloved films of all time. Surviving on bananas and peanuts, the trio fight hunger, sleep deprivation and blocked intestines to write some of the most famous lines in cinematic history.

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight and Magnolias is based on the allegedly true tale of how the final script for the blockbuster 1939 movie Gone with the Wind came about. In it, producer David O. Selznick, desperate for a hit, shuts down production of the film, locks himself, screenwriter Ben Hecht and legendary director Victor Fleming into Selznick’s office for five days to give birth to one of the most beloved films of all time. Surviving on bananas and peanuts, the trio fight hunger, sleep deprivation and blocked intestines to write some of the most famous lines in cinematic history.

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight and Magnolias is based on the allegedly true tale of how the final script for the blockbuster 1939 movie Gone with the Wind came about. In it, producer David O. Selznick, desperate for a hit, shuts down production of the film, locks himself, screenwriter Ben Hecht and legendary director Victor Fleming into Selznick’s office for five days to give birth to one of the most beloved films of all time. Surviving on bananas and peanuts, the trio fight hunger, sleep deprivation and blocked intestines to write some of the most famous lines in cinematic history.

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight & Magnolias on HCT 2nd Stage

Moonlight and Magnolias is based on the allegedly true tale of how the final script for the blockbuster 1939 movie Gone with the Wind came about. In it, producer David O. Selznick, desperate for a hit, shuts down production of the film, locks himself, screenwriter Ben Hecht and legendary director Victor Fleming into Selznick’s office for five days to give birth to one of the most beloved films of all time. Surviving on bananas and peanuts, the trio fight hunger, sleep deprivation and blocked intestines to write some of the most famous lines in cinematic history.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Guys & Dolls on HCT Main Stage

Gangsters and gamblers, missionaries and showgirls are in town and on the Main Stage at Hendersonville Community Theatre, May 18th through June 3rd. Yes, it’s Guys and Dolls – Broadway’s perfect musical comedy about gambling men and the women who long to tame them! Tickets are $15-$26 and are available online at HendersonvilleTheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (828) 692-1082.

Set against the backdrop of 1940s New York City, Guys and Dolls features one of the greatest musical scores in the history of American theatre, with hits that include: “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” “Take Back Your Mink” and “Luck, Be a Lady.”

This Tony award-winning musical masterpiece, based on the stories of Damon Runyon, is directed by HCT veteran Phillipe Coquet and features musical direction by Bob Strain. Coquet last directed The Chalk Garden and brings a new interpretation to Guys and Dolls. The show is rated PG for gambling, alcohol use and adult situations.