CELEBRATE PRIDE MONTH
Celebration Features a Night of Drag, Music, Comedy and Bingo
Tickets are $20* in advance and $25 at the door. Ticket includes bingo card and one beverage.
*Value of Bingo card is $5.00
Welcome to Tuna, where the Lion's Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. It's the Fourth of July and time for the Tuna High School Reunion! Two comedic actors ignite the stage with over 20 polyester-clad characters from Texas' third smallest town. Full of fireworks, fun, and gossip, this loving send-up of rural America is full of memorable characters and hilarious spoofs.
Auditions and Interviews (for those interested in working behind the scenes) are held over two days, and you may choose either day to audition. Please sign up for a time slot at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E48A4AA2DA3FB6-20221.
HT’s The Staged Reading Series offers exciting script-in-hand readings of new plays by emerging local playwrights. Readings are followed by a talk back with the playwright and actors to provide feedback to the playwright.
Act2 Players present The Arsenic and Old Lace Radio Show on Friday, April 1 at 7 pm and Saturday, April 2 at 3 pm. Presented...
Thanks to all the news outlets that have been supporting our new season and grand reopening. We couldn’t do it without your support. Hendersonville Lightning, Bold Life Magazine, WLOSNews13, Henderson County Chamber of Commerce
HT’s Staged Reading Series offers exciting script-in-hand readings of new plays by emerging local playwrights. Readings are followed by a talk back with the playwright and actors to provide feedback to the playwright.
March 4th, 2022 at 7:30PM GENERAL ADMISSIONLead singer and bass player Tom Godleski began Buncombe Turnpike in the fall of...
HT’s Act2 Players is dedicated to producing short works in a reader’s theatre setting. Adults interested in acting and available for daytime rehearsals during the week are invited to audition on Saturday, March 5 at 10 am at the theatre, 229 S. Washington Street, Hendersonville. Auditions will consist of cold readings from various potential scripts to be produced as a public performance on April 1-3. No experience is necessary.
ON SALE NOVEMBER 25, 2021
Because we know that everyone’s schedules are different, Hendersonville Theatre offers two excellent Season Ticket packages that will get you the best seats in the house and save you money.
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JANUARY 8 & 9, 2022
We will be having auditions for the Nunsense Jamboree and Putnam County Spelling Bee in January. Details will follow soon. Keep checking back here or follow us on social media and subscribe to our newsletter to be notified of auditions.
When you see a show at Hendersonville Theatre, you’re really seeing the result of countless volunteer hours. From the people who take you to your seat to those who paint the sets, the actors on our stage to the stage managers running the show, volunteers make. If you have a specific skill you’d like to share, please let us know!
We are committed to help local playwrights develop new works. Please follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter for updates on this program in 2022.
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The mission of HCT is to inspire, nurture, enrich, empower, educate, entertain and challenge artists and audiences with theatrical productions that range from the classics to new works; we train and support the next generation of theatre artists; we provide arts education programs that promote life-long learning to a diverse community, and we celebrate the essential power of the theatre to illuminate our common humanity.
- To continue to increase the cultural life of the people of Henderson County and surrounding areas. To be a leader in the display, preservation and performance of local arts and contemporary craft. To contribute to the increased enrichment by presenting diverse voices that effectively reflect a broad array of cultural backgrounds and viewpoints. To actively encourage, promote and cultivate an appreciation of the Arts.
- To produce, publish and present various dramatic works of literary and artistic merit, both established and experimental, approved and untried for the entertainment, enjoyment, and the intellectual and emotional stimulation of all ages, skill levels, needs and backgrounds.
- To further provide the knowledge and development of skills in the dramatic and associated arts and crafts by working participation, academic and vocational training as well as instruction in all phases of theatre production; ranging from the reading and writing of plays, musical compositions to the challenges of business administration and management.