Original Work: Where the Heart Is – JUNE 3
Written by Brevard playwright Stephen Marsh, Where the Heart Is tells the story of Maria Shaughnessy, who runs an unofficial boarding house that’s home to several elders. All goes well until…
Born This Way: An Amateur Drag Celebration – JUNE 9
Hendersonville theatre proudly presents Born This Way: An Amateur Drag Celebration. This event kicks off Pride month with exciting new drag queens and kings from Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina.
Hello, Daddy – JUNE 23
Hendersonville Theatre is thrilled to welcome world-traveling drag artist, powerhouse singer, and comedienne Delighted Tobehere for a special limited engagement of her biggest and most personal show to date, Hello, Daddy!
The Maggie Valley Band – JUNE 24
Hendersonville Theatre proudly presents The Maggie Valley Band as June’s intimate Hometown Sound concert. Hailing from the beautiful mountains of Maggie Valley, The Maggie Valley Band brings sister-sister harmonies to a mix of indie and folk rock, intertwined with a heavy sixties influence, producing a sound affectionately referred to as “Dark Appalachian.”
Rock of Ages – JULY 7-23
Rock of Ages takes you back to the time of big bands with big egos playing big guitar solos and sporting even bigger hair! This jukebox musical features all of your favorite ‘80s rock anthems and power ballads from bands including Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Night Ranger, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister and more.
Everything Is Rosie – JULY 29
Hendersonville Theatre proudly presents Everything Is Rosie, a tribute to Rosemary Clooney, as July’s intimate Hometown Sound concert. Everything Is Rosie tells the story of Rosemary Clooney’s rise to the top of the Billboard charts in the 1950s, her success in Hollywood in films like White Christmas followed by her mental breakdown, and finally her triumphant return to the top of the jazz charts in the 1980s and 1990s.
Bluegrass Night feat. Buncombe Turnpike & Holler Choir – AUGUST 26
Hendersonville Theatre proudly presents Asheville bluegrass favorites Buncombe Turnpike and Holler Choir as August’s intimate Hometown Sound concert. Come and celebrate a new downhome tradition as an established local bluegrass band takes to the stage with the newcomers who are carrying the genre’s rich musical traditions into the future.
Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues – SEPTEMBER 23
Hendersonville Theatre is welcome back to its Hometown Sound Music Series with Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues for a command performance! Alabama Blues Hall of Fame member Mac Arnold’s first band included James Brown on piano. He toured and recorded with the Muddy Waters Band and recorded LPs with Otis Spann and John Lee Hooker. Mac moved to Los Angeles and produced Soul Train with his friend Don Cornelius. He even played bass on the Sanford & Son television show when he wasn’t playing bass for Otis Redding and B.B. King. After retiring from show business to be an organic farmer, Mac is back with his own band and a “plate full” of CDs, building a new foundation in blues, soul and funk.
Young Frankenstein – OCTOBER 13-29
The Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein is the electrifying adaptation of Mel Brooks’ monstrously funny film will leave you in stitches.
A Doll’s House – NOVEMBER 4
Written in 1879 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, A Doll’s House is about a housewife who becomes disillusioned and dissatisfied with her condescending husband.
Every Christmas Story Ever Told – DECEMBER 8-17
In Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!), Instead of performing Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic for the umpteenth time, three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told – plus Christmas traditions from around the world, seasonal icons from ancient times to topical pop-culture, and every carol ever sung.