Breaking the glass ceiling for Amy Schumer, Joan Rivers and The Marvelous Mrs. Masel, Belle Barth was the original irreverent female comic, Queen of the Borscht Belt, deflating anyone who dared take sex too seriously. Raunchy Little Musical – Belle Barth is Back! is an hilarious and heartfelt show that chronicles the launch of the 50s Queen of Crass.
Hendersonville Theatre welcomes back one of the top 10 Celtic bands in the United States, Tuatha Dea, for our Hometown Sound Music Series St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! Don’t miss this unique and unforgettable experience born of a family drum circle that will draw you into the music!
Exploring the often turbulent relationship between adult children and parents, and the difficulties a couple faces in the twilight years of a long marriage, On Golden Pond is a heartwarming and hilarious show about generations of a family learning to communicate and care.
Hendersonville Theatre presents soul-driven psychedelic funk band The Fritz as April’s intimate Hometown Sound Music Series concert. Hailing from Asheville, the group’s aggressive approach to funk, soul, and rock creates a sound that is uniquely their own. Their high-energy, danceable songs provide a platform for each member to shine.
Based on the classic novel written by Canadian author L.M. Montgomery and first published in 1908, Anne of Green Gables is the story of Anne Shirley, a red-headed orphan girl who is mistakenly sent to live with siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert on their farm in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island.
Hendersonville Theatre welcomes soul-driven Harvest Moon: The Music of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young as May’s Hometown Sound Music Series concert. With over a hundred million albums sold and countless hits, CSN&Y songs have defined the music of a generation that still resonates today.
Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues returns to Hendersonville Theatre in August for HT’s Hometown Sound Music Series! Alabama Blues Hall of Fame member Mac Arnold is back with his band and a “plate full” of CDs, building a new foundation in blues, soul, and funk.
Hendersonville Theatre welcomes Leon Timbo and the Family Band as September’s intimate HT’s Hometown Sound Music Series concert! For country-soul singer-songwriter Leon Timbo’s sound incorporates equal measures of vintage soul, gospel, folk, R&B, and even modern blues making for a unique experience that some have described as “transparent soul.”
This Agatha Christie classic features a cast of colorful characters and a plot twist that is sure to delight any mystery fan! Ken Ludwig’s clever adaptation boasts all the glamor, intrigue, and suspense of the celebrated novel, with a healthy dose of humor.
To close out our 2024 Hometown Sound Music Series, Hendersonville Theatre presents a special concert, BonaFide featuring Paula Harris. Just like the definition of the band’s name, BonaFide is “authentic, sincere or without artifice.” The band dishes out music that is “genuine & real” from organic instruments and no special effects. Approachable with broad appeal, the group is influenced by many American music genres including groups like Stuff, Anita Baker, and Post Modern Jukebox. BonaFide is, simply put, great music from musicians at the top of their game, sophisticated, fresh, and fun!
Frank Capra’s beloved American holiday classic film is reimagined as a live 1940s radio broadcast. Set in Studio A at WBFR in Manhattan on Christmas Eve 1946, this hilarious re-enactment, with the help of a live Foley and a talented small ensemble, brings the entire town of Bedford Falls to life on stage.