Single ticket prices, all shows:
Adults - $12
Senior (65+) - $10
Youth (high school and under) - $5
Free to those with a current Hanover College ID
Season subscribers to the Community Arts Series receive a free season pass to the Hanover Theatre's four mainstage shows.
For information on tickets and availability, call the Campus Box Office at 812-866-7110.
October 26-28 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
A dark comedy by Stacia Saint Owens, directed by Jim Stark.
It’s Kansas in the 1920s. Mary Ellen is the smartest girl in school, and the best shot on Sister Mary’s rifle team. As graduation approaches, she may pursue a life as a scientist or find a Hollywood romance, but a fateful moment in front of the altar will determine her choice. This rich and evocative play emerges on stage for the first time, anywhere, with the Hanover College Theatre.
Adult themes and language, including expressions of sexuality and racism.
December 6-8 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
A play about unconditional love by Ernest Joselovitz, directed by
It’s the day before Christmas at Bridgehaven Farm, an alternative home for five emotionally troubled teenagers and their two live-in counselors. Preparations for this difficult and important day are interrupted by a crisis in this little family: someone has killed the pet lamb, and a knife is missing! A drama with music.
February 15-17 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
An adult comedy by Yasmina Reza, directed by Nichole Marquez ’13.
In this Tony-award-winning comedy, two upper-middle-class couples meet over drinks and nibbles for a civilized discussion. The problem? The son of one couple hit the son of the other couple with a stick. What should the grown-ups do? As rum flows and anger grows, inhibitions disappear, and a wild and wacky evening is in store in this international hit by the French writer famous for the wit and surprises of her delightful plays, such as the long-running “Art.”
Adult language/sexual situations.
March 28-30 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
By William Shakespeare, directed by Jim Stark.
The first war in the Middle East is the setting for this political romance by our greatest dramatist. If you thought Romeo and Juliet had it rough, then watch as these young lovers stumble through a shifting landscape of loyalties where families and nationalities are mingled and set against each other. Can love survive in a time of war? Can we forgive each other for the things we do to win?
April 5-6 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
New 10-Minute Plays from the playwriting and directing classes.
In one of the HC Theatre’s most popular annual presentations, all-new 10-minute plays written by students from the fall playwriting class receive simple but entertaining and imaginative presentations by students in the winter directing class. Always featuring a broad range of plots and styles, some viewer discretion is usually advised, but entertainment is guaranteed!
Limited seating - free admission.