COME PLAY A PART!

Your official theatre of Hendersonville NC.

COME PLAY A PART!

Your official theatre of Hendersonville NC.

MAIN STAGE
MAR 2-18

RUMORS
By Neil Simon
Mar 2-18
The deputy mayor of NYC has just shot himself. Though it’s only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of farce.

 

SECOND STAGE
APR 27 – MAY 6


THE GIN GAME
By D. L. Coburn
April 27 – May 26
This winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for Drama uses a card game as a metaphor for life in this tragi-comedy.

HCT NEWS

2017 Barnie Award Winners

For more information on the new format of the Barnie Awards click here. OUTSTANDING MALE ACTOR IN A MAIN STAGE COMEDY JONATHAN FORRESTER The Foreigner OUTSTANDING MALE ACTOR IN A MAIN STAGE COMEDY PAUL ADAMS Stage Kiss OUTSTANDING FEMALE ACTOR IN A MAIN...

BLUE RIDGE NOW REVIEW: Play about love, life, turmoil strikes a chord

By Charla Schlueter, Times-News correspondent Posted Feb 5, 2018 at 10:20 PM Updated at 2:59 PM Our lives are punctuated by what we wear and choose as accessories. I don’t mean just from frivolous decision of what shade of lipstick is in style, but big moments, like...

Auditions for The Gin Game

Audition Dates: Sunday, February 11th @ 7:00 pm Friday, February 16th @ 7:00 pm Sunday, February 18th @ 7:00 pm Location: 229 S. Washington Street SECOND STAGE (white building behind our main stage theatre) Director: Bob Reece - rrreece1@verizon.net Be prepared to...

BOGO Tickets for Saturday February 3rd!

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! We are offering BOGO (Buy one Get one FREE) tickets to the Saturday, February 3rd performance of Love, Loss and What I Wore! Grab your BFFs and come on down to see it!  Get your PRE Super Bowl Estrogen Fix!  (The guys are welcome of...

Rumors Cast Announcement

As has been the case, we had a wonderful turnout for Rumors!! We had so many talented folks audition! We hope to see you all again at future auditions! Here is the cast of HCT’s production of Rumors this March!! Ken Gorman Mark Lieberman Chris Gorman...

Hendersonville Community Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit, wholly volunteer organization of theater-lovers located in Hendersonville NC.  The purpose of our community theater is to enrich the lives of our neighbors by providing high quality productions of excellent theatrical works to the broadest possible audience in Hendersonville, all of Western North Carolina.

TICKETS

Single show purchase, Season Tickets and Flex Pass information.

VOLUNTEER

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EDUCATION

Ongoing Youth and Adult education opportunities.

VISIT

Visit Hendersonville, NC.  Escape from life’s hectic pace to the beautiful scenery and southern hospitality of Hendersonville.

AUDITIONS

Get involved...play a part!  On stage or  backstage.

STAFF

Our amazing all volunteer staff is the glue that holds HCT together! Join us...

GIVING

Your donations not only fill community needs, but they also ensure the continued success of HCT.

Corporate Sponsors

Corporate sponsors provide a higher level of financial support that enables HCT to continue to produce quality productions while maintaining reasonable ticket prices.

CONTACT US

What a wonderful year…

We are so proud of what our theater has accomplished over this past year with the help and support of the community. Now it is your turn to help us become the best we can be. If you have experience in legal counseling, budgeting, grant-writing, public relations campaigns, architecture and construction, theater operations or simply a passion for volunteering your time and unique talents, please call 828-692-1082. Or contact us at info@hendersonvilletheatre.org.

HCT IS A NON-PROFIT, WHOLLY VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION

Established In 1966

Hendersonville Little Theatre was born in January 1966 when a small group of theater enthusiasts met to organize a new theater group. With money from 54 friends who bought patron memberships on faith, the group leased and remodeled a storage building on Haywood Road owned by Clifton Shipman. Chairs had to be rented from Shepherd’s Funeral Home and carted to and from the theater. There was one 5′ by 10′ dressing room, and the actors had to step outside to change their minds! The “curtains” were folding wooden doors; two youngsters sat in the front row and, at a signal from the director, leaped into action to reveal or conceal the stage.

If you’d like to become a volunteer or a donor, or both, contact us by just clicking on our E-mail address, info@hendersonvilletheatre.org,
and tell us who you are and where we can reach you. One of our Board members will contact you.

HCT is a non-profit, wholly volunteer organization; we are very proud of all our accomplishments; to continue to make HCT an ever-better organization that can offer ever better theater to Hendersonville and our surrounding community, we need people like you.

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