Driving Miss Daisy 
By: Alfred Uhry
Main Stage  
Directed By: Renee` Styron


HCT is proud to present, Driving Miss Daisy, the winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play. A warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of the unlikely relationship between an aging, crotchety white Southern lady, and a proud, soft-spoken chauffer . A long-run Off-Broadway success and an Academy Award-winning film. —"…a perfectly poised and shaped miniature on the odd-couple theme." —NY Post

Three Tall Woman
By:Edward Albee
Special Event Third Eye Production 
Second Stage


Three Tall Women, by Pulitzer Prize winner, Edward Albee, follows the lives and memories of three women, who have more in common then we know. The storyline explores a startling and provocative life review, bristling with unresolved guilt. “Powerful!” “Brilliant!”


Noises OFF
By: Michael Frayn
Main Stage
Directed By: Jonathan Forrester
Dates: TBD 

 Hendersonville Community Theatre is excited to present a main stage comedy referred to as “the funniest farce ever written. Noises Off presents a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing’s On Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all figure in the plot of this hilarious and classically comic play. This classic is not to be missed!




To Kill a Mockingbird
Directed By: Janice Verrucci-Schreiber
Main Stage
Date: TBD 

​HCT is proud to bring to the stage the Pulitzer Prize-winning story of a town in the midst of the Great Depression, where Scout and her brother, Jem, live with their widowed father, Atticus Finch. Reminiscent of a bygone era, the play immerses us in a simpler time as the children play outside in the summer, act out stories and muse about their mysterious neighbor, Boo Radley. Timeless and lingering, this hard-hitting work explores prejudice, compassion and the courage to do what is right.




“I attended my first Community Theater production last night and was delighted! I had no idea we had such talented folks in HVL. The space is intimate, and we felt like we were really part of the production. We felt there was a great amount of caring and cohesiveness among the staff and actors. Even the crowd was great- not the stuffy theatre snobs I’ve experienced in bigger cities.”

Emily and Dave Weir-Word, Hendersonville